Experts say this can be a tell-tale sign that a company is not doing well and may seek to cut back on employees. Stock prices may plummet, vendors might not be getting paid, or the caliber of clients may be diminishing. These are all things one can check into by getting insight from a stock broker or wealth manager, taking note of interoffice trends or paying close attention to the news.
If you're not interested in moving on, now's a better time than ever to be a high performer. It might be a good idea to strategize ways to improve or maximize your performance, and document your wins and losses. Find ways to exhibit problem-solving qualities and get on those key teams or projects that seek to turn company outlook around.