The numbers are in, and they’re not good. Up to 31% of new hires quit within the first six months on the job. It’s quite possible that at some point, you’ll be relatively new in a job and wondering if and when it’s okay to vamoose.
If you find yourself in this situation, you may find that the best thing to do is to give notice and move on. But before you rush to do that, consider some strategies for when maybe that’s not the best, or the most financially viable, option.
In a recent post on The Muse, I share 4 strategies for dealing with this new job disappointment.
1. Figure Out What’s Not Working (and What Is)
2. Have “The Talk” With Your Manager
3. Give Yourself a Time Frame
4. If All Else Fails…
Go here to read all the details on these tips. Taking a job and wanting to quit immediately is a story I hear far too frequently. It reinforces how critical due diligence is in the job search. “I should have asked more, better questions before I took that job,” is a common observation.
Find out what you can do to turn that ship around. And let me know what happens!
If you’ve got a job problem and you’re not sure how to solve it, let’s talk about it. GO HERE and let’s get a meeting on the calendar.