Making the decision to quit your job generally happens gradually, and then all at once. If you're in the midst of making up your mind, the important thing is not to let your emotions get the better of you. It starts with being aware of what's happening during the process. Here's what to expect when you're pondering a jump to bigger and better things – or even just an escape from a dream job that's turned into a nightmare.
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Research shows that 65 percent of managers are "checked-out" at work, which means that there's a 65 percent chance that your boss is not so great. If you're unsure as to whether your direct manager is part of the misery-inducing majority, then here are a few surefire ways to tell. You're welcome and good luck.
Is your manager is always coming down on you and making you feel like you can't do anything right? If so, you probably don't like your job very much — and you're definitely not alone and probably not to blame. New research points the finger at disengaged managers as one of the main culprits for unhappy, unproductive employees. It's costing corporations billions of dollars and professionals their career dreams. Here's what you need to know.
Over time, having a not-so-desirable work life can take its toll and, eventually, start negatively impacting your personal life. A typical adult spends two-thirds of his or her entire life working, so there's no use in wasting all that time being miserable. If you feel that your work life resembles the depths of hell, then hopefully these tips can help you see the light at the end of the tunnel (until you find your dream career).
Heading back to work after a holiday weekend can be depressing, so here are 20 humorous quotes about the realities of your 9-to-5 that will surely make you chuckle. Remember, sharing is caring, so pass this on to your co-workers who could use a mid-day pick-me-up.