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Tips to have a good relationship with your boss

BY: Deena David | Category: Relationships | Post Date: 2009-12-25

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Many people who work in various offices do not have a very good relation with their bosses. There are various reasons for them not being able to have a good relation with their bosses. The fault may lie on the boss at times. The fault may also be on the person concerned. There are times when the fault is with both the people who are involved namely the boss and also the worker. There are various methods of having this rectified and also having a good working relation between the boss and the worker. This article gives a few tips for the worker to have a good relation with the worker.

1. Be diligent in work:

The first thing that any worker in an organization can do to have a good relation with the boss is to have a commitment in the work that he or she is doing. This diligent work will make the boss take note of the person and this will be suitably rewarded by either giving the worker a raise or the person may even get a promotion in their work. Diligence in work is very important for all kinds of workers in all situations for the person to have a good relation with the boss.

2. Punctuality:

The person should also be very punctual in the work. There are many people who come late to work, take a long coffee break or a lunch break. They also go back from their work as early as possible. All these things cause the person to have a very bad relation with their boss and the boss will be trying to throw out this kind of a person as early as possible. There are many people who are very punctual in their work and the punctuality is usually rewarded by the boss.

3. Talk to your boss about any ideas you have:

There are many bosses who like a person who is enthusiastic about the work. The boss may or may not listen to your ideas, but if you at least have an idea, then it is best to tell the boss about this and the boss will know that you are a person who is very interested in the work that you are doing. This will make your boss to take note of you and have some plans for you and your work to improve.

4. Be a team person:

Many people who work in the organization or the company may not like a person who is a loner. The boss may also think that you are up to something that is not very good. To avoid this the person should have a good relation with all the other staff working in the company. This is sure to have a impact on your work too and this will also help the boss to have a good idea about you and your work. It will also strengthen the relationship between you and your boss.

These are some of the tips for you to have a good relation with your boss at work.

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About Author / Additional Info: I have completed my Masters Degree in Paediatric Nursing. I am a writer with a passion for writing. I have been writing for some blogs and other sites. Comments are welcome at the following e mail address: deenaanddavid@gmail.com

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