14 Signs your employer does not care…

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Begun to feel that work is nothing but  a daily grind ? No teamwork and support from management? Perhaps it is time to update that resume and pound the pavements in search of a new working environment.  Considering that you spend the majority of our time at work and if you are under-appreciated, over-worked and underpaid, it may be the time to other explore avenues.  To help you decide if the writing is on the wall, here are 14 signs to identify whether your employer cares about you :

1. Lack of constructive feedback :
Daily tasks intended for output yet management does not offer any constructive feedback. Hit a professional plateau and boredom and routine sets in and no chance of improvement or advancement is in sight? No praise, appreciation (a simple “thank you”) and feedback received only when you have erred, then the end is definitely in sight.

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