You've decided on a career move, and made it all the way to a job offer. You're excited about the new opportunity, but when you go to resign, your manager begs you to stay, offering a sweetener to encourage you to do so.
Accepting a counter offer from your current employer after you've already accepted a job offer from another company may seem like the best of both worlds, but in reality, it's a decision that can lead to many negative consequences. Here are a few reasons why you should think twice before accepting a counter offer:
Accepting a counter offer can have negative consequences that far outweigh any short-term gains. If you're truly unhappy in your current job, it's best to take the leap and explore new opportunities.
If you're unsure about your decision, it's important to weigh the pros and cons and consider the potential long-term effects on your career and your relationships.
25/1/2023 06:55:38 am
This is passé and outdated. Employers lay off employees all the time. Loyalty doesn't come into the equation when the employer lays off, right? So, STOP expecting loyalty from the employee. The employee shouldn't have to demonstrate loyalty, because it is a one-way street, and is meaningless.
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John Bethell is the CEO of LUKA GLOBAL and a director of Wavelength International. He has 30+ years in recruitment delivery, coaching & mentorship.