Dependability in the Workplace

The need to be dependable at work is obvious, but there’s a lot to it. All bosses have a feel for how dependable their individual employees are. These workers are prized because supervisors don’t have to worry about them. Your path to building an outstanding reputation as a dependable worker is consistency. Be consistent in what you do—whether it’s coming to work on time or finishing a report by the deadline. View consistency as the currency that earns your reputation as a dependable worker. Take initiative, don’t shy away from “bad jobs” others refuse, and be a good information sharer. Your reputation will soon precede you.

Source: Chief Frank Reyna EPFD – Frontline Supervisor Well ConnectInformation in FrontLine Employee is for general informational purposes only and is not intended to replace the counsel or advice of qualified health or legal professional. For further help, questions, or referral to community resources for specific problems or personal concerns, contact a qualified professional. Add “http://” to source links to follow. Link titles are always case sensitive

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