Can You Salvage Your Current Employment Situation?

The answer will depend on a variety of factors, such as:Business group

•    The nature of your current dissatisfaction. Are you mad because your supervisor treated you badly, frustrated by a lack of autonomy at the office, disgusted by an inert corporate culture, etc.?•    You career aspirations;•    Your personal budget;•    Your training;•    How easily it will be for you to find alternative work (or income).

In some cases, frustrating workplace situations can be fixed.

For instance, perhaps a boss has been giving you a hard time. You could ask to transfer to a new department or work with another supervisor.

Maybe you are having a “square peg in a round hole problem.” That is, your team wants you to do work that is a poor fit for your skill set and/or passions. If so, perhaps your job roles could shift to make the work more appealing.

Of course, perhaps the situation simply is not salvageable, for whatever reason.

•    How do you make the decision?•    Can you reformulate your relationship with your boss and/or company?•    What needs of yours are not being met, and how can you meet them?•    Should you look for work elsewhere? If so, how?

For assistance with legal questions you might have, get in touch with seasoned California employment attorney, Nancy Gray, for a confidential assessment of your situation and ongoing strategic help.


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