THINGS YOU CAN DO TO CREATE JOB STABILITY
Whether you've been employed by the same employer for the last
ten years or if you recently started a new job, you should never
take your job for granted. As a result of the
economy, the unemployment levels are at an all time high. People
that have worked all their lives are finding themselves out of work
and unable to locate new employment. In addition, college grads are
also having a hard time finding work in their field after
Longevity Does Not Equal Security!
Being at the same job for years usually equals a higher income
than someone just starting out. Even though you may feel secure
because of your seniority, don't change your work ethics or if you
feel you have slipped over the years you'll need to rediscover them.
Companies are always looking for ways to increase productivity and
at a cheaper rate. It is very common for companies to let go of the
older work force and hirer young adults fresh out of college. Not
only are recent college grads willing to work cheap, they are hungry
and eager to perform.
So, no matter how long you have been working for
your current employer, the info below is definitely work reviewing.
By following this advice, you'll be doing all that you can to show
your employer your long-term dedication and committment to your
Be On Time!
Being on time is very important to employers. Arriving a few minutes
late every day may seem like no big deal to you. But rest assured,
bosses recognize this type of tardiness. Do the math...if you are
late five minutes/day, you are late 30 minutes/week, two
hours/month...and a full 24 hours/year! Employers do not want to pay
you for time you are not there when you should be!
In addition, do not take advantage of the
allocated time you receive for lunch and coffee breaks. The same as
above, a few minutes may seem like no big deal to you but most
definitely will be to your boss.
You'll also want to meet any deadlines you are
given for turning in assignments. You need to be reliable all of the
If You Are Going To Be Late or Absent, CALL!
With most companies, if you do not call in and let the
employer know that you are going to either be late or not reporting
to work at all, there will be consequences as opposed to if you do
inform them. You reflect an attitude of not caring about the impact
of your lateness or absence on the company's production. But, by
letting them know, you are being responsible and the company can
make arrangements if necessary to cover for your.
Time is money. So if you are given a particular assignment to
complete, do your best to complete it as best you can in a timely
manner, regardless if you have been given a deadline or not. Just
because you are told that your work is expected to be finalized by
Friday, does not mean you should slack off and hand it in Friday.
Moving up the corporate ladder is for people that not only meet
company expectations, but exceed them!
Be a Team Player
Your hard work should be the only thing that makes you
different from your co-workers. Always use the 'team' concept and
not the 'me' concept.
If you notice something that is either effecting the current
efficiency of the company or something that may cause damage in the
future, let management know. Your employer will be extremely
appreciative that you are being attentive for the well-being of the
Have a Good Attitude
Do you like working with someone that is consistently
complaining or finding the bad? It is important that you are always
positive with your work, your co-workers and your employers. Workers
that are constantly being recognized for the positive attitude will
likely be acclaimed when it comes time for performance evaluation
and also raise consideration. Being positive creates a positive vibe
which will enable you to enjoy work more than if you are negative.
Don't Participate In Office Gossip
Unfortunately, there is always going to be some sort of
office gossip going on in every work environment. Steer clear of
this sort of childish behavior. Some people can't help themselves
from being a busy-body; wanting to know what is going on with
everyone's personal life by gossiping and backstabbing. Bosses know
who the office gossipers are and most definitely will not trust them
anywhere as much as someone that does get involved in this sort of
Also, steer clear from making racist or anti-gay
comments. Doing so will most definitely result in being fired.
Never Talk Bad About Anyone!
Do not bad-mouth the boss! It will get back to them
eventually. And will likely get distorted along the way to be much
worse than what you initially complained/discussed about in
confidence. The gossipers mentioned above will likely be the ones to
backstab you. So, instead of finding things to bitch about, look to
get your concerns across directly to your boss via constructive
criticism accompanied with concern.
And, you'll want to avoid discussing any ill
feelings towards work on social media sites like Facebook and
Twitter. It is common for companies to hire outside sources to troll
these sites with the intent of locating workers that are talking
trash. Not only do you run the risk of getting fired, but if your
slander is strong enough, you may even be faced with legal recourse.
Abide By the Office Rules
The rules were created for a reason, to be followed! You don't have
to agree with them, but you do have to follow them!
Never Say 'That's Not Part Of My Job'
Even if you think a request being made is not part of your
job, do it! There is always going to be someone ready to step up and
pick up the slack of others. And those are the people that are going
to move up the corporate ladder.
Be one of those people that volunteer to pick up the slack of
others. Also, be willing to participate in training that will help
you do your job better. Bottom line, be ready to do all that you can
Distinguish yourself at work. Always put in 110% in everything
you do...and try and do it better than everyone else! Be eager,
respectful and courteous while being a team player. Be the one that
can be counted on for getting any job done at any time!
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