Willingness to Learn
showing the boss that you want to increase your work knowledge and skills
the ability to get along and work well with others
being direct, honest, and polite to those around you
communicating with people you know or meet to share information about jobs
handling problems and criticism at work gracefully and maturely
being angry and refusing to listen to peers or others around you
guidelines for a professional appearance at work
skills that you use in many different situations
behavior, attitudes, values, and habits of the employees and owners that are unique to a particular company
a program that introduces you to the company's policies, procedures, values, and benefits
informal teachers or guides who help new employees adjust to their new workplace
fixed amount of pay for each hour worked
hours worked beyond 40 hours in a week
fixed amount of pay for a certain period of time, usually a month or a year.
pay that is based on how much you sell
a program that gives workers a portion of their company's profits
the period after an employee is first hired, when he or she is "on trial."
a job termination that results when a company's business becomes slow.
the ability to do something well, usually gained through training or experience
The method in which an employer grades your work performance
Doing what needs to be done without being told