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Tips to keep your boss happy at work

BY: Deena David | Category: Business and Finance | Post Date: 2009-08-24

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Employees are usually very hard working, but still almost all the bosses are never satisfied with the work. There are various reasons for this. Even if a employee works hard, sometimes t does not get noticed due to the heavy work and also in the amount of work done by all the employees, the actual work done by an individual gets lost. There are employees who may never work, but they mask their lack of work in the work done by others. Worse still is the fact that they get praised more than the employee who puts in more effort.

This article talks of the various ways of satisfying the employer. These tips when followed will keep your boss happy with your work. These have to be followed daily till the boss notices your work. Once the boss notices your work and praises you, then it will be a walk in the park. This is because once a boss gets a good impression of a worker, then everything that the worker does is usually noticed and praised.

1. Always be busy: There are many times when a very hard working employee has completed a very difficult and time taking assignment. Then when the employee takes a break. This is the time when the boss finds time to visit the employee's room. The impression created is that the worker is whiling away the time. This should never happen. When you take a break, take it when other people do. This will not make you stand out. If you are not able to take a break because of the hectic work, it is better not to take a late break. It is better to continue working and being busy. This will create a good impression if the boss ever comes into the room where you are working.

2. Meetings: As an employee, when you are invited for a staff meeting, though you think you do not need to attend it, it is better to attend the meeting. Even if you do not speak anything in the meeting, it creates an impression that you are interested in the affairs of the company. This will help to create a positive impression. Not attending meetings can make you look as if you are not bothered about the functioning of the company.

3. Confidence while talking: It is better to talk with confidence at all times. Even when there is something that you do not know, tell that you have forgotten it and you will report the exact details in a few minutes or hours. Diffident workers are always considered to be at a disadvantage in an organization. Confidence will make the employer think that you are a good worker. It will make the boss happy and also get a good opinion of the worker.

4. Time sense: Whenever there is a meeting or even for work, start early from home and attend it on time. Going late for work or for meetings can lead the boss to have a very poor opinion of the employee. Maintaining proper time will make the boss have a good opinion of the employee.

5. Latest trends: The employee should know the latest trends in the line of work that he or she is doing. This will help the boss to form a good opinion of the worker. Reading up on latest trends should be a continuous process. This will help in self development and also get a good name from the boss and also keep him happy.

These tips should be collectively done to get a good opinion from the boss. This will keep the boss happy all the time 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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