2 edition of Fighting to keep my job found in the catalog.
Fighting to keep my job
Peter Eliezer Temu
|Statement||written by Peter E. Temu.|
|LC Classifications||MLCM 2007/43774 (J)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 187 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||187|
|ISBN 10||9781434300096, 9781434300089|
|LC Control Number||2007901555|
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Like all good books Chapter one covers some of the things you should already know. But Chapter Two: "Change how you think about your Job", really helps you to start working on your mindset. Just think about it this day you compete for your job against everyone in your s: 7.
If you have been with the company for a long time and/or have a job you really love, your first decision might be to fight to keep your job. Before you panic or pack up your belongings, think about any scenarios under which it might be possible for you to stay with this employer to accumulate more service time and possibly bridge any time.
Most employers don't mind a little time spent on Facebook or texting, but do focus on your job and give your employer the time you're getting paid for. When it comes to making lay-off decisions, and the company has to choose, your employer will keep the most productive employees.
Make sure you’re one of them. You can keep your job, even in a bad economy or through economic hard times for your company.
But, start soon, not later, to take the steps necessary to keep your job. Jay Himes, Executive Director of Student Services and Programming at Liberty University in Lynchburg, VA, suggests you need to take a good look at yourself and your contributions. How to Keep a Job: The Don’ts.
Don’t be part of the problem — as the cliché goes — unless you’re ready to be part of the solution. Criticism is best when it’s constructive, and a way to keep your job is to become known as a problem solver.
Our desire to keep social interaction going smoothly prevails over our commitment to speak the truth. In a short aside in his book On Bullshit (), Frankfurt describes an interaction between the philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein and Fania Pascal, Wittgenstein’s friend and Russian teacher.
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If none. Learn about workplace skills that will help you be successful at your job © Naturally, you should keep your inquiries quiet; schedule meetings and make phone calls outside work hours. Don’t broadcast your search on social- or professional-networking sites like Facebook and LinkedIn or send lead-seeking e-mails that can be easily forwarded―all the way to your.
In my experience, employees who make the decision to move on are more peaceful and happier with their lives than those who fight ‘at all costs’ to keep their job. That certainly was the case. In his book, "Dying for a Paycheck: How Modern Management Harms Employee Health and Company Performance—and What We Can Do About It," Stanford professor Jeffrey Pfeffer argues that “the workplace is killing us and nobody cares.” But you should care—and fight back.
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Do acknowledge your manager when they help you, advise you, take care of an issue for you, remember something important you hoped they would remember, and generally support you in doing your job.
If you are perpetually fighting with your boss, you’ve got to ask yourself if it’s worth it to stay in your job. Sure, we all have a million reasons for staying in a job (this stance is.
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Keep your temper in check and try your best to calmly discuss things. A shouting match will only escalate the argument. And if things get really out of hand, you run the risk of not only getting written up for being disruptive but also being escorted off the premises by security — meaning you can probably say buh-bye to your job at that point.If getting fired was due to a one-time mistake, or if your performance was generally good up to the point you were let go, you may be able to apologize and get your job back.
If you opt to go this route, you need to show remorse, be prepared to make your case, and have a plan for improvement should you be welcomed back to the company.
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