Knowing Your Value

Today, a friend told me she was dissatisfied with her job and was considering using this feeling as motivation to seek another job. My response, “if your employer does not value your work, it is time to go”.

I am not saying you should leave at this exact moment in time. It is time to plan your next pivot to a better working environment, where you are valued by your knowledge, skills and abilities. A job does not define us as a person. We are more than a job description. We are a human being first.

I suggest you set your priorities and expectations to feel “valued” at work. If you are not feeling happiness and satisfaction with your productivity at work; its time to change either you or the environment. It is your choice.

Published by Mews News

Blogging from the Pacific Northwest, outdoor enthusiast, photographer, project manager and Certified Digital Forensics Examiner

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