There are many ways to know when you should quit you’re job. Reasons could range from disputed with co workers to availability conflicts. At my work, a department store, many people I’ve spoken to that had quit said that their work was unappreciated and they were not being recognized for the quality and quantity of their work. If you really are looking for some signs to know whether you should quit your job here are a few I’ve learned through experience and others experiences.
Relationship with Co-workers.
If relationships with your co-workers aren’t well, everyday is socially stressful because of disputes and you’ve tried everything such as trying to have you’re boss or human resources resolve the issue then this is a sign you should quit your job before anything rash and drastic happens. Another option, could be to ask for a transfer of branch if you do not have any other means of financial income.
Relationship with Boss
If your relationship with your boss is not well because of personal or professional issues, and nothing you tried to do to resolve this is working then you should look into another job or suggest a transfer. Having a negative relationship with your boss could result in bad review for yourself, garbage work shifts, or lacking a chance in moving up in the company.
Motivation is absolutely essential if you want to survive at work. There has to be some part of you that wants to succeed at work and make you want to show up even if you don’t really want to. If there is not motivation at all then you can find yourself being unhappy everyday at work without a cause. This could also increase stress level which will effect your performance and lead your boss to the conclusion that you aren’t worth keeping and letting you go.
Many people quit their job because they feel they can do more and have no opportunity to move up in the ranks of the company they are working for. If you have already discussed with your boss about moving up for quite awhile and it has led to either the phrase similar to “next time” or “in the near future,” and others who came after you have already moved up than chances are its not likely you will. This is a matter of how assertive and patient one can be.
If your job is what’s at the bottom of your priority list and you lack any effort to give quality work then chances are you are on your way to being let go. So your best option would be to quit and find a job that will keep your posture straight and on your toes.
These are not absolute reasons why you should quit your job but rather guidelines you should look for in combos of two or three. I should hope that no one is at a full discontent with their job that all of these should relate to them, but if so, then quit!