Joined my current employer in early 2019 - a really well run, profitable and prestiguous business in the hospitality sector.
Then Covid hit, and I've hated it ever since. I thought the end was in sight, but the extension to restrictions and the realisation that international customers will not return in significant numbers any time soon has resulted in my employer extending plans to utilise the furlough scheme until September. I hate it. Aside from finding myself constantly questioning if everything is in keeping with the scheme (which I'm sure has developed into a general unsubstantiated paranoia), it's just not the sort of rubbish I want to be dealing with. And I get the sense that it will be extended in some form beyond 30 September.
Now I've been offered a position with another company in an entirely different manufacturing sector largely unaffected by Covid.
Thing is, my current company is facing a bumper 2022 if the pandemic passes. Is hatred of CJRS enough of a reason to change jobs?