Starting to work at a new company is a leap of faith. We all want to have the best job possible, with a great salary, tons of perks, good coworkers, benefits, and a nice work-life balance. There’s no such thing as a perfect job — you might have a great salary, but your boss is always breathing down your neck. Or maybe you have a lot of vacation time to use, but you work 80 hour weeks most of the time. It’s a trade off, and it’s all about finding an environment you can thrive in.
These folks below started new jobs, and felt a little suspicious about their workplace. Some noticed that their coworkers told them not to trust anyone. Others noted that their bosses yelled at them instead of giving them actual instruction for their brand new job. The red flags were waving for these people, and a lot of commenters even added that they left these jobs just a few months after starting them. That’s another red flag — high turnover. As some commenters noted, if it’s only lifers and brand new people at the company, something’s amiss.
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