I think people quit good jobs because
Of management, and the way they treat workers. You shouldnt expect your workers to be there more then at home with their families. To me its not all about how much money you make. You have to make your family #1.
Agreed. Family comes first… I am sorry for what you may be going through. To have to choose between family and work (keeping your job) if that is the case, should not be a factor. If you took the job because you were desperate to have work, that is one thing…If you did not do any proper research on the individual with who you were being interviewed by, then you don’t have anyone to blame but yourself if you are unhappy at your place of work. You should try to find as much information about the history of the company and/or the person(s) you would be working for and its values prior to you even going on the interview. Reviews are posted on job search sites. Articles are written about companies’ success stories, and you might even find info on their culture. If you know someone that already works there, that is also a plus.
I am not an expert… but just saying…. Good luck if you are on the search for another place of employment. I know it can be rough finding your dream job, but it is better to go through the search process than to stay at a place that makes you unhappy.
That's right family for
Def management. Jobs show they really don’t care about they employees. It’s on to the next with most jobs no matter how good of a worker you are