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Do You Like Your Job

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by babbsnads, Jun 10, 2017.

  1. Phil!

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    That's actually the course that I did too, I was the first year they did so a we were a bit of a test group but it was a decent course. The great thing about HR is that it's fluid to what industry you work in. I work in Retail now but because of the type of work I do I could easily go to Tech company, Financial or Banking or anything really.

    If there is ever anything I can help you with just drop me a PM on here and I can give you my email address and I'd be happy to help.
     
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  2. LFCToohey

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    Ye absolutely the options are great. Ye cool thanks very much mate.
     
  3. Stevie S

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    Feels like a Working From Home kinda day :cool:
     
  4. RedRuairi

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    Do I love my job? - no but it pays well for a guy who's a spark by trade but in IT for the last 10yrs+. The money is the main motivating factor as it allows me to travel the world doing what I love - hiking, mountaineering etc.....(an expensive hobby). Would ideally like to work in the outdoor industry but it would be a huge drop in salary. Suppose I am a "Work to live" not "live to work" person. It's all about finding the correct work/life balance. My job could be worse but it could probably be a whole lot better too :)

    (I see folks around the office who's sole purpose is to serve the customer, sometimes to the detriment of their own private lives - relationships breaking up while trying to chase that promotion, late nights, weekends etc........ - career chasers: Not for me, thanks - I'll do my job to the best of my ability but not interested in climbing the corporate ladder - IMO, there's a lot more to life)
     
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  5. Con

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    Lucky that I love my job. Moved over here almost 3 years ago and really enjoy it. I don't like every aspect of it but I never wake up in the morning not wanting to go to work.
     

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