Strong Work Ethic
Employers value employees who understand and possess willingness to hard work. In addition to working hard it is also significant to work smart. This means learning the most efficient way to complete tasks and finding way to save time while completing daily assignments. It’s also important to care about your job and complete all plans while maintaining a positive attitude. Doing more than is expected on the job is a good way to illustrate management that you utilize good time management skills and don’t waste valuable company time attending to private issues not related to the job. Downsizing in today’s job market is quite common so it’s important to recognize the private values and attributes employers want to improve your chances of job security should a layoff occur.
Responsibility and Dependability
Employers’ value employees, who come to work on time, are there when they are supposed to be, and are responsible for their actions and behavior. It’s important to keep supervisors abreast of changes in your agenda or if you are going to be late for any reason. This also means keeping your supervisor informed on where you are on all plans you have been assigned. Being dependable and responsible as an employee shows your employer that you importance your job and that you are responsible in keeping up with projects and keeping them informed of the things that they must know about.
Truthfulness and Integrity
Employers value employees who maintain a sense of honesty and integrity above all else. Good relations are built on trust. When working for an employer they want to know that they may trust what you say and what you do. Successful businesses work to gain the trust of customers and maintain the attitude that the client is always right. It is the responsibility of each person to use their own individual sense of honest and ethical behavior when working with and serving others within the scope of their job.
- Motivated to Grow & Learn
In an ever-changing place of work, employers seek employees who are interested in keeping up with new developments and facts in the field. It has been noted that one of the top reasons employees leave their employers is the lack of opportunity for career progress within the organization. Learning new skills, techniques, methods, and/or theories through professional growth helps keep the organization at the top of its field and makes the employee’s job more motivating and exciting. Keeping up with current changes in the field is vital for success and increased job security.
Strong Self – Confidence
Self-confidence has been recognized as the key ingredient between someone who is doing well and someone who is not. A self – confident person is someone who inspires others. A self-confident being is not afraid to ask questions on topics where they feel they need more knowledge. They feel small need to have to impress others with what they know since they feel comfortable with themselves and don’t feel they must to know everything.