Today, I celebrate my 90 days with a physical therapy company. The upside to that is now I get paid for holidays (just in time for the big ones!) .... The downside? This place is terrible. My therapists are wonderful and so is the office staff. But the people higher up the ladder are conniving snakes, among other things. While I could go on, I'll cut to the chase:
What is the "polite" amount of time to stay with a company before moving on?
I have a marketing degree ad this has always been meant to be temporary. But now 3 of my therapists are leaving within a 2-month time frame, and we all share the same view of the higher-ups. I've begun applying for marketing/graphics jobs, but is it too soon? Would future employers view 3-4 months with a company distasteful?
Aside from that, blow off some steam and tell me why you hate your job.
I'm currently an HR professional who has recruited for large companies and BEEN recruited by large companies. I can tell you that from the interviewer's side we would see the short time frame as a POTENTIAL flag and would likely ask you to explain the situation. If you were able to accurately and professionally explain the situation and provide a worthwhile justification for your brief stint at the organization it would not be an issue.