When part-time college students who shop and work in the summer need to “maintain their jobs”, there are things they can do to improve their chances of continuing their work. Are. Job-protecting students should:
Understand the basics of their work.
A. Understand exactly what “what” needs to be done and how it needs to be done.
B. Identify the people they serve: caretakers, internal and external users.
C. Become an expert in the technical and difficult aspects of your job.
D We strive to improve their relationships with co-workers and customers.
e. Learn what their customers want and how they want it.
f. Learn non-stop workouts that should be avoided.
Yes. Identify the people who have the most impact on their future.
h. Be prepared to sacrifice for your employers.
I. Understand their supervisor’s needs, desires, rates and hot buttons.
Jay Makes everyone around you look good.
the. Work to the best of your ability (benefit the employer)
a. Meet or exceed quality requirements.
B. Meet or exceed the expected quantity or quantity.
C. Meeting or exceeding the level of service that customers need and can expect
Assess D problems and suggest ways to improve or prevent them.
E. Communicate effectively. Keep people up to date. Beware of these problems.
f. Comply with time and time requirements.
Yes. Be prepared to have a positive, attitude.
h. Help others when they need it
I. Improving employer’s image and reputation.
Work. To influence other work ethics and influence, the job student should ask these questions as needed.
a. What’s next?
b. What else can I do?
C. How can I help?
How can I perform this part of the job better?
e. How can I better serve my customers?
f. How can I find out more?
Yes. Whose information do I have?
Serve both their internal and external customers.
A. Identify primary and secondary users.
B. Learn the preferences, needs, desires, and expectations of each customer.
C. Know the features of each customer.
Give users better, faster access wherever and whenever they want.
a. Improving the quality and speed of products and services.
B. New products and services.
C. Attracting New Customers.
D. Improving profit margins.
E. Increasing sales.
Establish good relationships with other employees and other departments.
a. Share happiness with everyone. Smile and smile.
B Listen and learn from the best employees.
C. Be there when others need help.
Be ready to share information.
f. Know who you can trust and who you can’t
Accept the fact that there are things are beyond personal control.
One. Work and happiness, despite the bad things.
Sometimes this happens to employees for no reason.
B. Create a backup plan that works.
Their jobs are being strengthened.
An emergency plan for seeking another job should include the following steps:
A. Receive highly written citations and recommendations.
He has worked with inspiring people.
B. Ask for ideas, suggestions and contacts from the same people.
Can help them find useful information about job search.
C. See the Career Services Office.
D If you have contacts and suggestions with professors, talk to them.
e. Update their summary – Input, highlight achievements,
Achievements and outstanding performance fields.
Identify and contact the owner of any interest.
Yes. Identify and take part in trade unions and local organizations.
h. Make a list of network connections use their network.
Identify job opportunities and additional links.
I. Create some work-related ideas and stories that could be.
Used in networking meetings and interviews.
Jay Create a script and follows it when talking to network contacts.
k. Be flexible with their new work that they accept. There are some jobs in difficult times
Recognize that hiring students need to be successful for their current employers before things look dramatically good. They have to do everything they can to become an employee they want to use. Extraordinary performance sometimes has a positive effect on difficult decisions that annoying employers have to make. However, when hiring your current job may or may not seem like it, wise students take the initial steps that give them the best chance of getting a new job.
Bob Roth is a former campus recruiter, author of five books, including: OMG, Things I Learned at University, The Successful Parents of Year T