3. Lack of Discipline and Flexibility
Companies want employees that are there to work for them, not the other way around, so being flexible and adaptable is a great way to ensure steady employment. That also applies to such things as showing up for work on time each day, attending meetings, and carefully following internal rules such as dress codes and other policies and procedures. People who don’t have enough self-discipline or motivation to do that are usually the first ones who get cut from the team. So if you want to keep your job, develop an ownership attitude. That means treat the job the way you would if you owned the business and had a personal stake in its success. Every company wants to hold on to and promote people with that entrepreneurial mindset.
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