10 Common Reasons People Get Fired



9. Accidents

Accidents and injuries in the workplace cost businesses billions of dollars each year. That’s why safety and attentiveness at work is a key to career success. More importantly, if you suffer an accident at work it could leave you disabled. You may incur high health care costs, possibly for the rest of your life. Accidents on the job are one of the biggest reasons why people lose jobs, and wind up on shaky financial footing. If you’re tired, get enough sleep. When you don’t feel well, take time off to see a doctor. If you observe unsafe practices and behaviors at work, report those to your superiors. Protect yourself and your coworkers to keep your place of business accident-free. You’ll also be safeguarding your job and source of income.


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