10 Reasons for Not Accepting a Counter Offer
The subject of a counter offer by your current employer is one you should discuss in great detail with your recruiter.
- You have now made your employer aware that you are unhappy. From this day on, your loyalty will always be in question.
- When promotion time comes around, your employer will remember who is loyal and who is not.
- When times get tough, your employer will begin the cutbacks with you.
- Accepting a counter offer is an insult to your intelligence and a blow to your personal pride: you were bought.
- Where is the money for the counter offer coming from? All companies have a wage and salary guideline which must be followed. Is it your next raise early?
- Your company will immediately start looking or a new person at a cheaper price.
- The same circumstances that now cause you to consider a change will repeat themselves in the future, even if you accept a counter offer.
- As reported in US Business News Magazine, Statistics show that if you accept a counter offer, the probability of voluntarily leaving in six months or being let go in One year is over 90%.
- Once the word gets out, the relationship that you now enjoy with your co-workers will never be the same. You will lose the personal satisfaction of peer group acceptance.
- What type of company do you work for if you have to threaten to resign before they give you what you are worth?
Thank you for contacting us. We are sensitive to the fact that undergoing a career search may be an unfamiliar process to you. Because of this fact, we have compiled some very valuable information for you; including resume tips, interviewing tips, and strategies to help you in your search for a new career opportunity.
This has been compiled to help you – the candidate – to successfully land a new position. Please take the time to read this.
- 10 Tips for Dealing with Recruiters
- Questions Recruiters Receive From Candidates
- Resume Do’s and Don’ts
- Candidate Interviewing Tips
- Important Interview Questions and Your Answers
- 10 Reasons for Not Accepting a Counter Offer
- Resume Design Tips & Example
- Beefing Up an Anemic Resume
- The Dangers of Resume Overkill
- Improve your Resume – In today’s competitive employment market, your resume has to stand out in order to get the attention of the decision maker and create a strong impression
- Top 10 Interview Blunders
- Resume Tips for Engineers Over 40
- Book – How to land a Job in a World of High Unemployment
For additional information on interviewing, and career search methods I highly recommend a book called: Knock em Dead and Knock em Dead Resumes, written by Martin Yate.