would you go back to your previous job if you're called back?

@fredgame (1261)
China
August 8, 2007 2:50am CST
imaging you're work in a department and you decided to go for another job but your former employer promises you good pay, good working conditions, better incentives and among others better than before just that you were doing well but not satisfied with how your boss handles you.
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8 responses
@puchapox (583)
• Philippines
8 Aug 07
I'm actually in that dilemma right now. I've quit my previous job because I didn't like the way my boss treats me, and I was bored with doing the same thing everyday. Now, after a few months of working another job with a very low pay, I got in touch with some of my colleagues lately and they told me that my former boss has been demoted. Haha.. I loved my former job, i love the salary, i love the people and i like the way the management treats its employees. I can not say the same about my current job. I'm still trying to decide about this too, maybe i'll wait for some other people's suggestions about it.
• Malaysia
8 Aug 07
aha....so I suggest you to create a chance of how to get back to your former employer and job as well, but make sure your seniority remains. OK..be best for all. From me, Michael.
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• Malaysia
8 Aug 07
I think you better take this opportunity to make more better working performance; to prove to your boss that you are there for you and your company's good sake and not for your boss's sake. I think it is not fair to leave that company just only for one reason, at least there must be three(3) reasons.
@fredgame (1261)
• China
1 Sep 07
what if your job propriator is very kind but your boss tries to keep you sullen by their act. you quit and the owner calls you back? thanks for the good suggestion.
• Malaysia
1 Sep 07
Don't choose for clever step, but take your smart step. Clever step will always take you nowhere WHILE smart step will definitely bring you somewhere and somebody. Take long term run and avoid short term planning. Be a leader someday and don't be a follower. That ordeal turns on you just to make you learning something about to be a great leader. I firmly believed that you will be a great leader in someday to come. Why I believe that way? What is the prove? The answer is easy, because you've felt the "pain" on it. Learn how to be a leader. These are the features; YOU KNOW YOU HAVE LEADERSHIP material when; 1. You stick to your beliefs and the company’s mission and never compromise your values; 2. As a visionary, you are able to set long-term, realistic goals; 3. Others rally around you to support your plan; 4. Your listening and communication skills are first-rate and highly respected; 5. You enjoy being a coach who fosters teamwork; 6. Part of your goal is to seek out new ideas constantly; 7. You are comfortable with change (capricious); 8. Reinventing yourself is a hobby, and you engage in continuous learning for self-improvement; 9. Because of your sense of adventure, you are not afraid to be bold and take risks for the business & 10. You genuinely care for and respect others. Thanks for giving me that "super-cane"(BR), as a "give & take" and "take & give" concept.... I gave you that 10 features for your future needs.... OK Bro!!! Give Me 5...'ppuupp"..bye for now...
• Philippines
12 Aug 07
I left my previous job on Nov. 2005. If I would be asked to go back, I would not accept the offer. I hate the politics and the discrimination that I had observed there. Besides, there is no growth anymore and I always love growing. I am happier now with my present career as an entrepreneur and as a freelance writer. I am really growing here and I am enjoying every minute of it.
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@maddysmommy (16236)
• United States
12 Aug 07
Thats a tough question because even though the money and benefits would be great, i would rather be happy and enjoying my job as opposed to not being satisfied with my boss. If I have issues with him/her I would rather move on to something else if things cannot be worked out.
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@Calais (10900)
• Australia
9 Aug 07
I would really have to think about it, but I suppose I would..I am a dedicated worker, so as long as like what I was doing, I would try my hardest, even if the boss got up my nose..
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• India
9 Aug 07
sure if they provide some more good facalities and all if i can get more advantage then i would like to join again
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• Philippines
8 Aug 07
yes y not it would be a pleasure working with my prvious boss they were cool and good in handling people or their worker....
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@morgandrake (2140)
• United States
13 Aug 07
When my last job ended (ignoring the temporary book store job I did last year), I was offered a transfer to another location. I turned it down. Avoided talking to the wife about it for a week--turns out she agreed with my decision. I was extremely unhappy in the job for the last couple of years (basically, I was wanting for the job market to improve before I left). So when they decided to close the location I was working at, I chose to became a poor college student and struggling writer instead. Monetary the decision has been costly, but the wife agrees that I am much happier now. So no, I won't go back to my last job.