Placing People Professionally

Thinking about quitting your job? It must be a Monday

1 July 2014

Do you feel you’re most frustrated with work on a Monday? You’re not alone.

Monday Blues

It is reported that research shows that Monday lunchtime around 1.30pm, is the time that workers are the most fed up with their jobs and likely to be thinking about resigning.

However, they start to feel better as the week progresses and the weekend draws closer, with just after 6.00pm on a Friday being deemed the magic moment when employees are at their happiest – as they are heading home from work.

The happiness lasts through Saturday but declines again on Sunday evening when people start thinking about returning to work the next day.

Employment woes are at their worst and job stresses kick in after a few days away from the workplace. Anxieties start building on the eve of returning to work and reach fever pitch by lunchtime on the following day, with more people looking for guidance then than at any other time.

If you are thinking about resigning from your current role, contact Buxton Pratt Consulting for an up to date list of current opportunities within the Property, Real Estate and Insurance industries.  Alternatively you may be interested in doing some Temp work for a while until you decided which direction you want your career to head.

Source - Human Capital May 14