On a long-term basis, a prime career goal is professionalism at work. That means behaving properly. While also avoiding bad habits. Thus, we focus on this topic now.
To begin, look at these posts:
- Are YOU in a Job Or a Career?
- Which Career Is Best For Your Personality?
- Avoid Being These Types of Workers
- How to Better Handle Criticism
- Bad Work Habits to Avoid
An Infographic Look at Professionalism at Work
In this post, we present a variety of infographics on job behavior.
From Bit Rebels:
“To refine your skills a little bit and to help you find the true you, we did some digging on the Internet . And found what an infographic that could help you on your path to success. It’s an infographic presented by Human Resources Online. It is a formidable infographic that gives you 10 pointers on how to find your way in sometimes harsh and competitive situations.”
“Generation Y is accustomed to a much more lax atmosphere. Where sending text message-like E-mails from their smart phones is second nature. Recent grads are becoming more laid back. but their future workplace may not be. The job market is as competitive as ever. As recent college graduates have looming school loans over their heads there is no better time to avoid the common mistakes of the rest of the Gen Y’ers vying for the same positions.”
“A civil and respectful workplace is related to many positives. Including greater job satisfaction, improved morale, enhanced relationships, and reduced sick leave and turnover. Within a stressful, frustrating, or toxic work environment, politeness and support can give way to resentment, rudeness, and even bullying and harassment. To combat this, there are many actions employers can take to champion and prioritize workplace civility.”