Posted: 17 Dec 2019
When leaving your job, it is a good idea to remember that you may work with former colleagues again in the future, so try to leave on good terms.
IT workers are highly sought after at the moment as more companies embrace technology to drive their businesses forward. So, if you have outgrown your current role, or feel that you need to broaden your experience, now is the time to make your move.
The best way to find relevant openings is to build a good relationship with a specialist IT recruiter who is well-networked in the technology sector and can advise you on how to tailor your CV so that it presents your skills and experience in the best possible light.
If you are successful in obtaining a new position, you then will need to think carefully about how and when to tell your current employer that you are leaving. Set out below are some practical tips to keep in mind.
If you are thinking about quitting your current role but haven’t yet found a new position, Eolas Recruitment will be happy to help you identify relevant opportunities. Check out our online reviews and contact us for more information. As a leading specialist recruiter in the IT sector, we have excellent relationships with many leading employers which means we often know about opportunities before they are advertised.
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