Tips on how to “Keep your Job”

  • Be on time consistently. This will show your employer that they can depend on you being there for work. Seems simple, but a lot of people take this for granted. Don’t let that be you.
  • Have a pleasant attitude every day and you will do a better job.
  • Be excellent at your work. Challenge yourself to work smarter, faster and more proficient in your position.
  • Learn the mission statement that your company has and commit it to memory.
  • Get along well with others. Be a team player, this will take you a long way in your career.
  • Take time to study your career, about one hour a day. This will put you in an above average position.
  • Never talk about your salary with co-workers.
  • Be willing to work overtime when asked or volunteer at times to stay late.
  • Act as if you are part owner of the company. This will help you see the bigger picture which is based on how well you and all the employees do their job, which determines the life of the company.
  • Participate in all the company picnics, parties, seminars, etc.
  • Be neat and organized in all your tasks.
  • If you are ever running late call in, let them know when you will be in, the same with when you are ill.
  • Be thankful for the job you have.
  • Always be willing to take the initiative.
  • Be innovative and creative in your position. This will give you a zest and zeal for your work that you will be excited about going to work to try out your ideas.
  • In your down time, see what you can do to help someone else complete their task in the spirit of team work. Remember this will help your company to stay in business.
  • Remember that the customer is king and have the ability to fire everyone from the CEO to the janitor. If you don’t have customers you will not have a business.
  • Be self-motivated and have the ability to work without supervision.
  • Do all you can to have a good relationship with your supervisor.
  • Don’t engage in negative conversation about your competitors to your customer and your co-workers.

 

Comments are closed