.@TeddyOutReady: How to Keep Your Job

Saturday, September 7, 2013

How to Keep Your Job

You landed a great job, have a nice boss and work for one of the top companies. Looks like everything is going well and new opportunities are open to you. But in modern world it is becoming more difficult to keep your job as a stable and secure position cannot be taken for granted and long enough if you do not make efforts to it.  Recently  I came across the book  “How to keep a job” by Naija Job Hunt. I worked for different industries from retail, telecom to financial and I agree that it is not only economic conditions could the reasons of job loss but Poor Job Attitude and Loss of Value to the employer. Even during economic ups and downs, it is still possible to keep the job; everything depends on your willingness to do so.

How to keep your job

The guide “How to keep a job” introduced great tips which I think would be helpful not only for youths but also to other employed or looking for a job people, same as for returning back to work moms, trying to transfer from maternity leave to working world. One of my favorite tips so far are Cultivate A Willing Attitude about letting the employer see that you can follow the instruction without constant supervision and are willing to do more for the company. Another one tip I like is Be Punctual which I think should be the first priority at every job. Being on time and do not miss days of work is very important since the company and customers rely on you, your presence and your respectful attitude.

There are other great tips to check out in this book along with situations and solutions how to improve your attitude to work and finally to keep your job. My best score is given “How to keep a job” for being precise and written to for real business world. Even me with my years of experience I learned a lot from this book.

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  1. It sounds like an interesting book

  2. Id like to read this one it's getting harder and harder out there and there sounds like some good advice in this book. heather hgtempaddy@hotmail.com