Find Satisfaction by Identifying These Right Fits for Your Career

You don’t have to work at a Fortune 500 company to find a workforce culture that provides you with job satisfaction. While stress-relieving gadgets, complimentary lunches and interactive break rooms can lower your stress and boost morale, there are also other ways to appreciate the experience you’re having right here, right now.

Is your boss a micromanager? Is your schedule rigid and inflexible? Do you find yourself waking up in the middle of the night, anxious about work or company needs? We’re going to let you in on a little secret – you’re not alone. Every employee has a challenge or two they face at work. Learn which work environment compliments your personality and supports your career goals.

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Don’t like to work under tight control
No one likes to be micromanaged. If you find yourself stressed at work because your supervisor likes to dictate your every move, you might perform better with more autonomy. When looking for a new job opportunity, seek out a workforce that empowers its employees by giving them the ability to make decisions in their day-to-day routine. You may find you thrive with employers who give you responsibility and authority over what you do.

Need flexibility in your schedule
Not everyone is most productive between the hours of 9-5. Find out if your employer offers flexible options for work hours. Some employers allow their workers to arrive during a specific window, between 8 and 10 for example, as long as they work a full eight hours. Other companies give their employees 10-hour shifts and three days off. If you need more flexibility in your schedule to be more satisfied at work, ask your employer what they’d be willing to consider. Many good employees are surprised to find how cooperative their bosses can be about scheduling.

Less stress and anxiety about work
Burnout is a very serious situation. When you become overwhelmed with projects, disinterested in your company’s mission or stressed out about your job in your off time, you could be on the cusp of a burnout. When burnout occurs, you can become less productive and less satisfied with your work. Taking some real vacation time can help, as well as talking with your employer about taking on a new challenge or shifting responsibilities. If you decide to look for a new job opportunity, find one with a mission you feel strongly about, or takes a new perspective on your skills.

If you’re looking for a work environment that’s a better fit, connect with Burnett Specialists and Choice Specialists. We have strong, personal connections with leading Texas businesses. Call us today!