Work Habits That Could Get You Fired
Do you think you're a good employee? Chances are, you do—as do most of the rest of us. However, you may be guilty of committing one or more offenses that could put your job at risk, and you might not even realize it.
This article lists ten work habits that employees commonly commit, but which could lead to their downfall. A few examples:
Taking feedback badly. Nobody's perfect, so it's inevitable that you will at some point receive negative feedback. The key is to learn how to take constructive criticism well.
Doing the bare minimum. In this job environment, you can't rely on the ability to skate by with minimum effort. Companies are looking for workers who can go the extra mile.
Playing online all day. These days, most companies can and do keep track of what you're doing on the computer at work. Playing games, shopping or posting Facebook updates while on company time is a surefire way to get in trouble, and possible get fired.
Can you think of any other common work habits that could get you fired? Share in the comments.
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