1. Recruiting somewhere you hate because you’re afraid to leave.
2. Coasting so hard that that people at work stop trusting you, and worse, you build a bad reputation for yourself in your market.
3. Taking the wrong job and realising ‘omg this is the worst!’, then jumping to a new, and even worse job because you’re so desperate to leave your new awful job.
4. Believing you couldn’t grow, develop, and become a better biller elsewhere.
5. Leaving choices about what market and area you work on to whoever hires you.
6. Letting bad managers grind you down professionally and emotionally. Recruitment is hard enough, you don’t need mood mosquitos to suck the life out of your day.
7. Framing your life around the benefits and opportunities at your company instead of taking the time to decide what circumstances would most benefit you. “That fridge full of beer at work that no one ever touches is great, but what would really make me happy (and therefore more productive) is the flexibility to pick up and drop off my kids.”
We’ve got some fantastic roles throughout the UK for recruiters ranging from junior consultants to divisional managers with a small group of clients that differ greatly. If any of the above sounds like you then make a change and get in touch: 07718083028 / firstname.lastname@example.org