7 ways to know it’s time to leave your job
Ravi Raman

Great start. Here are some others:

  1. You are not respected by the people in your group and there is nothing you can do to fix it — there’s nothing more frustrating than working with a team of individuals that don’t treat you with the respect that you deserve. Maybe you have a junior level colleague that is supposed to go to you for certain things and he never does despite being told repeatedly to do it. Maybe you have a peer that feels compelled to give you menial tasks thinking that he’s helping you out. Maybe you are not being invited to crucial meetings or your opinions aren’t being sought after on issues that pertain to you and your job. If one of these is happening to you, it’s bad, if all three — you better get that CV dusted off immediately.
  2. Your boss makes special rules just for you like “I want you to send just one message to me with everything you want to say because I don’t have the time to read multiple messages from you” yet no one else needs to do that or “I need you to outline for me every little thing you are doing to make sure that we are on the same page” to a senior leader that never had to do this before.
  3. No one talks to you unless you talk to them first. You shouldn’t have to be the first one who reaches out. Others should come to you as well.

more later…

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