3. You don’t get raises –
When all other employees get a 1% annual pay increase, or higher, yet you have had the same salary for a few years, it may be a sign that you are just getting by. If you do not excel, your managers are not going to give you a raise; and, if you are constantly the only person that doesn’t get a raise, it may be one of the signs you are bad at your job. A raise is your employ’er way of thanking you for your hard work, and great service; if you never receive a raise, it may be their way of letting you know that you are not doing work to a satisfactory level within the organization.
4. You never receive promotions –
If you have tried or promotions in the past, if you have applied for different positions within the organization, and if you are always passed up for a higher position within the organization, it may be a sign that you do not have what it takes to work in that position. Especially if you have worked for your employer for several years, and have seen others, who have been there for a shorter period of time, getting promotions, then you might want to reassess the work you do. Although you have not gotten fired yet, if you can’t move, or can’t seem to get past doing the same menial tasks, day in and day out, it may be a sign that your employer is giving you, that you are in the wrong position, or that you are never going to make it past the current position that you hold.