They are pple have their family problem to settle as they need to take a year or two....after they solve their problem want to find jobs again...Juz thk if one day u got family problem as can't go out to work ...dnt you think u not even give people chances to work again...sundaymorningstaple wrote:Not really good advice at all. Actually it's rotten advice. Especially considering that everything may dry up while she is relaking! Recessions tend to have that ability. Quite often when I see CV's that tell me that the candidate "took a break" after working for a year or two, I just file the CV in the circular file. As an HR manager, I don't need to inteview people who will burn out in 12 to 24 months.
What kind of CVs / Resumes / Applicants have you reviewed ?sundaymorningstaple wrote:When you have seen as many CV's as I have, and come across silly reasons for leaving jobs like "change of atmosphere", "change of environment", "left to find a better position", and all after only 1 or 2 years, it tells me that the person is not stable. Usually if they take a break due to family problems or health problems or educational breaks, they make a point of telling you. So, I stand by my remarks. The person who leave for a better position or more pay and is out of work for a month or two, tells me that the person not someone I want in my company. Who in their right mind quits a job "before" finding another position? Or they state on their CV's that they left for a better position or money and the next job is exactly the same kind of job for the same kind of money. Think about it.........
What kind of CVs / Resumes / Applicants have you reviewed ?
Did you consider that you can't really understand some companies, before you work there for at least 3 months ?
And some people just took jobs offered in front of their face, because they don't want to be unemployed (for people who got an offer, instead of applying).
That's why there is a probation period , it's not just for the company, it's also for the employee .
It will depends on the company actually, in my field, 2 years is a long period, and if the company is small, the boss is not creative or rich enough, most of these employees will find another job, or start their own business, if they're capable of that.
To be a good boss, it's not just about how to bend employees to your will, but how to make them like, respect, and love you very much .
Sun Tzu said to treat your soldiers as your children, and they will die defending you
To the original poster, if after your resignation, you see a better offer, then just take it. But, it's better for you to finish your responsibilities in your previous company.
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