Working for people takes my lifestyle away
February 16, 2011 3:44pm CST
I am like another person when I am working but when I went back home I am back to myself again. That's mean I feel hard to work for people because they don't appreciate your hard work and gives you tantrum when anything wrong happens. Is it wrong to be yourself at work? People seems doesn't accept me for who I am. Is it people look always look up to the well educated person to believe they can work more efficiently?
18 Feb 11
Just do the best that you can do. Sometimes we should pretend not be our ownself but most of the time we should be who we are.Well educated people does not mean they can work more efficiently.If you already do the best and they are still like that there is nothing more you could do except asking them what is right in their eyes and adjust to it.If you can't then the job is not suit with you at all.All the best!
17 Feb 11
As an employee, the boss expects that we are qualified to do the job and expects us to work according to our compensation, we have to satisfy them so that they would reward us. What motivates a worker to perform well is the reward which may not be in monetary form but praises at work or a certificate of appreciation will do. However, if we don't do according to what they expect us to do then do you think our boss would be happy? Try to put yourself in their shoes to be able to understand what they really expect from you.
• United States
16 Feb 11
i think that it should be okay to be yourself at work, but it actually isn't. when you are at work, people expect you to be the person you described on your resume and nothing more alot of the time. this means that they want you to be really professional and focus on work and not always on personality. alot of the time employers just want to make money and they do not care about the individual people who work for them