Working in one or two organisations for our entire career span is something that Indians are used to. We have seen our parents and grandparents do the same and till recently, this was considered to be a norm. Nonetheless, the job graph in the past one decade has seen a lot of variations. While a larger section of employees still remain faithful to their organisations by sticking on for a larger part of their careers, there has been a considerable improvement in the number of employees who have preferred to job hop to improve avenues at work. They also seem to get a considerable push every time they change their jobs, bringing them ahead of their counterparts who chose to remain stable.
With evolving minds and an urge to grow, millennials are more susceptible to frequent job changes. Nonetheless, it is important to consider the possibilities of one’s current position. Anil Sachdev, founder & CEO of The School of Inspired Leadership, insists that these are two critical factors to ensure long-term success. “In case, one is not learning anything new and is doing the same thing over and over again, it could be a good reason to reconsider the place that they are in. However, moving jobs for monetary increments or role changes is certainly slated only for short-term success. For success in the long term, it is important see an organisation through the growth cycle and contribute to its long-term vision,” he asserts. Read More