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Updated on November 23, 2017
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Lansome has been writing since his first opportunity to pick up a pen. His desire to learn is displayed by his willingness to teach.

In the corporate world there a lot of clashes, whether it be between businesses, between managers and employees or between employees, this does happen and it happens a lot sometimes causing a loss of job or a removal from a position. Here listed are but a few ways to win and succeed at work no matter if you’re attempting to win over your boss for ab promotion, fellow co-workers or even that undercover boss that your suspecting of giving away a promotion these will help you obtain your goal.

1. Punctuality

This NEVER fails. If your boss is a on the verge of giving that promotion away to someone and it’s between you and another employee who works just as well, punctuality could make all the difference. If your boss see's you’ve been on time 100 out of 100 times and your co-worker has been on time 99 out of 100 that could make all the difference for you to be promoted. Even if it’s not for a promotion being on time shows respect for the work place and that you care about your job.

2. Clock-in Greetings

Everybody has those days when they come in to work and they don’t want to be bothered but this trait is always something that could not only help boost spirits of those not wanting to be bothered but can also help you get noticed by those who don’t know are watching. Simply saying hello or goodbye on a daily basis could turn a hostile environment into a joyous one.

3. Ambitious Questions or Future Ideals

When working with younger crowds whom managers like to hire for ambitious reasons there is always the promise that they will want more. But, you’re never too old to act this way. Managers love to hear about a want for a better opportunity from their employees, it shows them you take your work serious and want to be apart of the company for a long term. Even if there are not positions open, later managers will most likely remember the ones who stood out and showed ambition regardless of age.

4. Close Relationship and Friendly Attitudes

If you are intimidated by a person reasoning from a negative attitude it is scientifically proven that you are going to be less likely to hire them or recommend them for a new or better position. This is why it is important for you to catch your manager on there good side with a good attitude and a friendly smile, staying away from criticism of the work place as well as looking down on other employees work. Even though they do your same job it doesn’t give you the right to look down on their work. Instead try giving some tips on getting better and your manager may see that you have potential to be in their position one day.

5. Overtime

We all know that working overtime shows good on a paycheck but when it comes to showing good faith there’s nothing better then some good old fashion overtime to show that I care about my job! Working overtime is like putting your heart out for your fellow employees and management and saying “this is where I want to be!”. This is one of the best ways to show that you’re a hard-working and trustworthy employee!

There are a lot of things you can do to show that you are ready to move hire in a position to a bigger and better role. Being a good employee is what gets you further in life and if I can help douse the flames of hostility in a work place and get you hired and rewarded then my job is complete!

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