HOw can you become a gr8 employee
September 11, 2008 1:48am CST
13 Sep 08
Being a great employee is to perform her duties, obligations and responsibilty with effectivity and essentiality. This is to do her task on time ,to go to work on time , submit requirements early before its due date. A great employee can also cope and mingle with other co-employees. To measure the productivity of her work is when she finished her task on time.
11 Sep 08
Well, you can start by coming to work on time (which I'm guilty of not doing). You must also finish all your work on time, better yet, ahead of time. Of course, your work should have quality and produce good results. You must work not just for the money but because you love what you are doing. In my current work, we are required to stay in the office at least nine hours per day including breaktime. But oftentimes, we find ourselves staying beyond work hours because something needs to be finished. If you're a great employee, you should not feel bad about this. You should think of it as a little sacrifice that you have to make to get the work done on time. If you love your work, it will love you back.
15 Sep 08
Dear Rakittera, I think while working everyone should take care of one thing that is that all who work should be working as a thorough professional and by this I mean to say that everyone should be clear about their responsibilities. If you know the targets and you have the resources provided your employer than you should not have any excuse. While working under any employer we should make note of things that we have to achieve. Our day to day jobs should get finished by the end of the day and all target oriented jobs should be achieved in time which is already decided by your immediate boss or your employer. If you are perfect and are doing the job and getting results than no employer can be unhappy by you or your performance. So keep these in mind and forget about small issues they are just routine hurdles but do maintain a discipline at office as your indiscipline act can spoil the office environment which no boss or employer would like to see.