maradara wrote:That sounds like a no brainer buddy. You've got to take that.
Responsibility for reviews and other people's career paths is just how it goes as you get older, you shouldn't really see it as a negative.
Why would you have to walk away? Surely you could fix anything that wasn't working out.
I wouldn't be thinking twice about a 25% increase
My reservations mainly revolve around my ability to manage people. I'm not an overly assertive person but I have definitely improved in that respect over the last 2 years in my current role
In terms of having to walk away. I feel the nature of the job/industry(it's extremely regulated) makes it difficult to make improvements which I would be ultimately judged on
Phierstarter wrote:Not just because of the number. The number is fuck all extra per month with most tax systems.
It's for the opportunity.
The money is significant enough to greatly increase my chance of getting mortgage approval in the next few years. Also, I know fuck all about pensions but I think I could up my contribution to avoid some of the tax. Obviously my net income would be reduced but long term it's not a bad thing
could still be €300/€400 a month extra to him. that'd significantly contribute to a saving for a deposit for a gaf etc
piebald, if you're going to be doing performance reviews and managing people in general, you should be given support from the company in the way of training etc so its not something I would look at as a con at all. It will open up a lot of further opportunities down the line as well
Yep it would be worth at least 400 net a month. Not to be scoffed at. Especially considering I have a limited formal education
The company doesn't exactly have a great rep in terms of training though. It's a sink or swim culture which is why I'm apprehensive. I'd have to be forceful in contract negotiations to get that training plan in writing
After having a good think about it over the weekend, I'll definitely talk to management and have plenty of questions ready. It is a great opportunity