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Most of us have problems and issues at our workplace. It may vary and depend on person to person. The most important attitude that every employee must keep within him/her is patience and self-confidence.
If you have it, your work would be liberal and flexible. Some of the qualities of an employee are:
Each employee or an individual has a goal or aim for their work or project. The company, first of all, provide all the requirements and amenities to the work. The company sets some target for the given project. If the employee doesn’t do it properly, a great loss will happen. That’s true. Then an employee may be affected badly in a company. He will be sometimes be scolded or maybe the manager behaves in a rude way. This leads to losing his confidence and might be sometimes terminated. It’s not the fall of one person or a manager, but it would affect the company as a whole. The manager sometimes would be in bad mood, so he may at the spot speak rudely. But the employee will lose all his power and freedom and sometimes get fed up with the job. The only solution to avoid this kind of problems is work hard and concentrate only on the work that you do. You should never lose your attitude or goal. Attitude makes one’s personality. Manager or the team leader is the person to lead you in a correct way. They want you to do good work and satisfaction for the whole company. So they may sometimes behave rudely or harshly, but it’s you to overcome those problems and make a good appreciation for yourself. That should be your motto. You should never withdraw when you are down. All the work would have ups and downs.
Interaction with your colleagues.
The next thing an employee must take care off a company is communication with the other colleagues. You must always be careful about the word you spoke to others. You should never say negative things about the company or the staff. This will really affect your work. It’s because we cannot trust everyone in the workplace. All are doing work for their own promotion and growth. And if one terminated sometimes its the luck of others. They may get that position of promotion. The whole world is moving in a competition. So it’s upto us to move the way in a proper way. Do the work or task assigned to you. Never look or turn to what others are opening. For example, while sitting in a cafeteria you may by mistake speak of the remuneration you are receiving. You would compare with the other colleague and says yours is less. Then what happens? The person who heard it may complain to the HR and may later cause the problem to yourself. So never make such situation within your side.
We must be sincere and punctual in the work. Never use any faulty way of a solution. We should not disclose companies’ target and goal to anyone else. Each employee must keep a promise to your company. This itself makes you get a good conduct certificate. And you must be open to the work you did. There is some employee who utilises the help of another person and completes the task. This shouldn’t happen. You can seek help or doubt, but the ultimate work must be done by you.
We should never mourn or feel bad of the faults we did in the past. Be confident and punctual to the work. Thus work hard and enjoy your retired life with much satisfaction.
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