Perhaps you have friends or colleagues that have participated in the Great Resignation. Maybe you are being called back to the office and are concerned about the lifestyle change. Or perhaps you are not pleased with the pace of recent salary increases or promotions. If any of these situations apply to you, you may be thinking about whether to find another job. Here are my thoughts on the key questions you should be asking as you ponder this major decision.
Is this company a good long-term fit for me?
Consider whether the company you are working for is successful and positioned well in its industry. Review the company financial outlooks and attend any meetings in which management reports quarterly results. Is the company improving or at least maintaining its competitive position in the marketplace? Does the company have a long-term plan and strategies underlying that plan? Are these plans resourced, and do they feel realistic?