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Senin, Maret 31, 2008

Changing Jobs

The concept: Especially if you are pursuing a career in Support functions, planning to change jobs on a regular basis, such as once every 2-3 years, can be a judicious strategy for advancement. This includes both changes of position/responsibilities within a given firm and changes of employer. An alternative and complementary strategy is Redefining Your Job.

The rationale: Broadening your experience across job functions will enhance your value. This is particularly true in Wall Street firms, where relatively thin staffing in Support functions places a premium on the ability to multitask across disciplines. Also, in today’s business environment, with mergers, downsizing, and other upheavals, it is increasingly rare for people to spend an appreciable length of time with a given employer.

Partially as a result, the stigma that used to attach to “job hopping” (frequent changes of employer) is very much diminished today.

Moreover, there is an increasing trend among employers to treat long-term, loyal employees (what few are left, that is) as if they lack energy, ambition, and perhaps marketable skills as well. Otherwise, per this line of reasoning, they would have obtained better-paying, more responsible jobs elsewhere. When such long-term employees find themselves out of work due to layoffs, they may have some difficulty getting hired elsewhere because of this mindset. Thus, in today’s world, it actually may be a high-risk strategy to stick with one employer for a long time, even if you have that opportunity.

Finally, changing employers is traditionally the fastest path to securing a significant hike in pay. Most firms tend to have restrictive rules on the rate of pay increase available to existing employees, even those changing jobs or gaining promotions.

Caveats: If you are the sort of Producer who controls your firm’s relationships with a group of specific clients, most notably a Financial Advisor, you should be very careful about changing firms.

First, shifting their accounts to your new company will be burdensome to your clients. A significant number may prefer to remain clients of your current employer rather than endure these transitional problems. Other clients may have their primary loyalty with your current firm, rather than with you.

Second, there may be legal or contractual impediments to your bringing existing clients along to your new employer. These impediments must be explored in detail, with appropriate legal help, before considering any such move.

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