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Chapter 3 What Your Employer Expects

Chapter 3 What Your Employer Expects

Chapter Objectives • What does the employer expects from you as a worker. •

Chapter Objectives • What does the employer expects from you as a worker. • Identify things you can do to promote good working relationships with your supervisor and coworkers. MBSH-Mr. Dave Schmidt Chapter 3 -What You Are Employer Expects 2

Key Terms • • • Attitude Self-esteem Individual responsibility Initiative Self-Management Sociability MBSH-Mr. Dave

Key Terms • • • Attitude Self-esteem Individual responsibility Initiative Self-Management Sociability MBSH-Mr. Dave Schmidt • Keys • • • Ethics Integrity Confidential Work Ethic Constructive Criticism Job Evaluation Chapter 3 -What You Are Employer Expects 3

Key Concepts • Personal qualities are important to your job success. • Your personal

Key Concepts • Personal qualities are important to your job success. • Your personal qualities will affect how you relate to your supervisor and coworkers. • Accepting constructive criticism will help you improve your job performance. MBSH-Mr. Dave Schmidt Chapter 3 -What You Are Employer Expects 4

Personal Qualities Needed on the Job • Employers will expect employees to follow certain

Personal Qualities Needed on the Job • Employers will expect employees to follow certain guidelines to be successful at work. • Positive attitude • • • Attend to work regularly Be prompt To be honest Be courteous Be well groomed To be healthy and fit MBSH-Mr. Dave Schmidt • Positive attitude: • Is an Outlook on life, it reflects how you feel about other people and situations. • People with positive attitude: • get along well with other people • enjoy sharing ideas • usually cheerful and friendly • treat others with respect • Self-Esteem is having confidence and satisfaction in yourself Chapter 3 -What You Are Employer Expects 5

Personal Qualities Needed on the Job, Continued • • Good attendance when a person

Personal Qualities Needed on the Job, Continued • • Good attendance when a person is absent, it causes extra work for others. Poor attendance also reduces the effectiveness of the work experience. Scheduled doctor appointments, car repairs and other personal needs outside the work hours is best. • Punctuality • constantly arriving late to work is one of employees practice that irritates employers. • Employers see tardiness as of "I don't care!" Attitude • Most companies require employees to punch a time clock to keep accurate record of time working. MBSH-Mr. Dave Schmidt Chapter 3 -What You Are Employer Expects 6

Personal Qualities Needed on the Job, Continued • Performance • Organizational ability • Developing

Personal Qualities Needed on the Job, Continued • Performance • Organizational ability • Developing skills on the job become • The ability to organize your time and more productive. • An employee is expected to possess individual responsibility or willingness to answer for your conduct and decisions. • Your employer will expect to put forth your best effort while on the job. work assignments is another important skill. • • "Work smarter, not harder!" Prioritizing your work. Deadlines Multitask • Working quickly and efficiently should be one of your goals at work. MBSH-Mr. Dave Schmidt Chapter 3 -What You Are Employer Expects 7

Personal Qualities Needed on the Job, Continued • Initiative • Making oneself do what

Personal Qualities Needed on the Job, Continued • Initiative • Making oneself do what is necessary • Self-Management • Completing routine tasks without management intervention. • Cooperation • To be effective at your job, is important for you to get along with your supervisor and coworkers. • Being part of the team • Teamwork skills very important in today's workforce. • Utilizing your skills and strengths to other employees' skills and strengths • Synergy • When people working together do more than doing it separately. • Sociability • Interaction easily with people on the job. MBSH-Mr. Dave Schmidt Chapter 3 -What You Are Employer Expects 8

Personal Qualities Needed on the Job, Continued • Working with Your Supervisor • Your

Personal Qualities Needed on the Job, Continued • Working with Your Supervisor • Your supervisors role is to make sure • Courtesy • Both quantity and quality. • Being polite and considerate. • Personal appearance that the job gets done. • Everyone are both are lacking the supervisor must make necessary steps to correct the problem. • At times many employees are assigned task that they rather not do. • But all these jobs must be done. MBSH-Mr. Dave Schmidt • Showing concern for other people and being manly with them. • Your appearance is a reflection of you • Good grooming, groomed hair, clean hands, clean clothes, clean hygiene Chapter 3 -What You Are Employer Expects 9

Personal Qualities Needed on the Job, Continued • • Good health and fitness Eat

Personal Qualities Needed on the Job, Continued • • Good health and fitness Eat well-balanced, nutritious meals Get adequate sleep and rest Staying physically active and exercise regularly. • Ethics in the workplace • • Ethics is the guiding set of moral values. Avoid lying, cheating, and stealing, these are examples of unethical behavior. • People who firmly follow moral values have integrity. • Honestly • Doing the job that you are signed and not wasting time. • Employees who loaf on-the-job are actually stealing from the employer. • Employers expects productivity from the employees for their paychecks. MBSH-Mr. Dave Schmidt Chapter 3 -What You Are Employer Expects 10

Personal Qualities Needed on the Job, Continued • Confidentiality • At times on-the-job employees

Personal Qualities Needed on the Job, Continued • Confidentiality • At times on-the-job employees have the opportunity to hear his or see something that should be kept private. • Not all information need to become public. • Loyalty • Being faithful to your coworkers into your employer • The work ethic • Accepting criticism • Responsibility of a supervisor is to give constructive criticism. • Pointing out weaknesses to analyze it and cause improvement. • Increase productivity. • Job evaluation • A written review of your work performance by his supervisor • How do you feel about your job and how much effort you put into it. MBSH-Mr. Dave Schmidt Chapter 3 -What You Are Employer Expects 11

Summary • Meeting your employer's expectations will help you be successful on-the-job. • All

Summary • Meeting your employer's expectations will help you be successful on-the-job. • All the characteristics that we discuss need to be improve to expect to be success in the workforce. • These characteristics are lifelong time to improve, especially when you show success and move up the organizational ladder. • Increase productivity equates to higher salaries. MBSH-Mr. Dave Schmidt Chapter 3 -What You Are Employer Expects 12