Competencies of the employees
Features of the good employee
- Enthusiastic and optimistic
- Make efforts on good communication
- Learns quickly
- Learns from his mistakes
- Pays attention to the details, and also sees the processes.
- Helps my work..
- Support the work of the others.
- Get on well with he others.
- Is not nervous or grumbling about anything, just does his job.
- Takes responsibility for his and his team’s aims.
General workplace etiquette
- Be punctual.
- Pay attention to your looks! Appear in that kind of clothing which meets the requirements of the workplace.
- Do not gossip.
- Do not freak out, yell or flail (e.g. if the computer is too slow)
- Don’t forget, your boss is your superior. No matter if you are on good terms, he deserves respect.
- If you have free time, don’t be bored and don’t hold up others.
- If you are on the phone, try to go somewhere you don’t disturb others. Do not arrange private conversations during worktime.
- Stick to your schedule, and indicate in time, if it needs some changing.
- Keep the deadlines.
- If you promise you will call someone back, or answer an email, don’t make him wait for longer than half an hour.
The employee’s attitude towards the job is unaccaptable
(Source: John Maxwell: Developing the leader within you)
There was a survey – they asked executives that what are the chief reasons for which they would fire an employee without hesitation.
- Incapable to perform tasks either professionally, or because of his/her personality
- Can’t get along with their colleagues, not a good member of the team (not helpful, worsens the mood, negative, shows a bad example, disorganizing, etc.)
- Dishonest or liyng
- Negative attitude, looking for mistakes in everything
- Not adequatly motivated
- Unable or unwilling to follow orders.
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