Asked on 07 Apr 2019
To put into context, it wasn't easy to get into this company in the first place because of its stringent processes and branding.
There is a good mix of employee who has been here for 20-30 years; while the younger generations do move on to another company after a few years.
The overall employees' benefits are good but career progression seems rather slow. I know of someone whom took 10 years to promote from an executive to manager but maybe it's just how such big organization works.
When I'm not challenged anymore, if I don't see myself upping my game or level staying for another 3-5 years, if there are similar or better prospects elsewhere that allows me to improve and grow faster.
If you're not improving, you're stagnant. When you're stagnant, you're dead.
You are not learning anymore
Not being given new opportunities to challenge yourself
You have the opportunity to move to another fast growing company that would require you to use the skills you have honed in this company