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Joe Fields Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Jul-23-07 01:03 PM
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9. If you really want my advice...

Your old employer has already pushed you to the point of being so dissatisfied, you have sought other employment. You don't like the pace of the job, and you were set psychologically on leaving, UNTIL your current employer made a counter offer. If you accept the counter offer and stay, you realize that you may end up having to go to the office much more than they let on.

This new company, on the other hand, offers you a fresh start, a chance to do something different, and an eagerness to have you as part of their team.

Do you want more money or a little more peace of mind?
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  -Quitting job; my company made me good counter-offer mreilly  Jul-23-07 11:29 AM   #0 
  - New job  DS1   Jul-23-07 11:31 AM   #1 
  - I say take the new job.  mutley_r_us   Jul-23-07 11:36 AM   #2 
  - My vote is for the new job.  I Have A Dream   Jul-23-07 11:36 AM   #3 
  - Go with whichever one is more exciting for you. A few years ago I was recruited  mondo joe   Jul-23-07 11:44 AM   #4 
  - I say take the new job  socordsx   Jul-23-07 11:55 AM   #5 
  - If they'd really cared about you, you'd have been working from home already.  pagerbear   Jul-23-07 12:47 PM   #6 
  - As an experienced Headhunter, I must weigh in --  elehhhhna   Jul-23-07 12:52 PM   #7 
  - Thanks everyone  mreilly   Jul-23-07 01:12 PM   #10 
     - You got hired while you're pregnant!?!  elehhhhna   Jul-23-07 01:14 PM   #11 
     - Well, my wife is pregnant  mreilly   Jul-23-07 01:50 PM   #17 
        - oh. duh. CONGRATS on all your new exciting experiences...  elehhhhna   Jul-23-07 02:20 PM   #18 
     - I agree - don't take the counter-offer  NewJeffCT   Jul-23-07 01:18 PM   #13 
        - they'd always prefer you leave on THEIR schedule...  elehhhhna   Jul-23-07 02:21 PM   #19 
  - I worked out of my house in SOuth Carolina for a small company  styersc   Jul-23-07 12:59 PM   #8 
  - If you really want my advice...  Joe Fields   Jul-23-07 01:03 PM   #9 
  - New job  billyskank   Jul-23-07 01:15 PM   #12 
  - ask for a 15% raise  Dragonbreathp9d   Jul-23-07 01:18 PM   #14 
  - Definitely take the new job. I work for a company that promises lots of  grace0418   Jul-23-07 01:21 PM   #15 
  - New job  Rambis   Jul-23-07 01:31 PM   #16 
  - I'd take the new job, because  ThomCat   Jul-23-07 02:26 PM   #20 
  - new job  LSK   Jul-23-07 02:27 PM   #21 
  - Take the new job...  MANative   Jul-23-07 03:45 PM   #22 
  - "they can't afford to lose you right this minute"  mreilly   Jul-23-07 09:12 PM   #25 
  - That's got to feel good though, right?  Connonym   Jul-23-07 03:59 PM   #23 
  - Definitely take the new job  LibraLiz1973   Jul-23-07 04:03 PM   #24 
  - Since the commute was not your only reason for leaving  mykpart   Jul-23-07 11:16 PM   #26 
 

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