O labor market is increasingly competitive, however, if you have the characteristics that companies are looking for and the desirable knowledge of the function you perform, you are already ahead of many competitors.
See below for four characteristics that employers value most and invest in your professional career developing the points you still haven’t mastered.
Good interpersonal relationship
One of the aspects that companies most analyze when hiring and when evaluating their human resources is the ability of that professional to relate to his colleagues, subordinates and superiors.
Currently, professionals who have a high level of interpersonal relationship stand out from the crowd. Knowing how to deal with the people who work around you has become very important for those who want a successful career.
In view of this, many companies offer their workers courses and lectures in the area. However, it is a fact that much of what happens in the area of company relationships is linked to employee satisfaction in relation to their job.
Anyway, even if the environment doesn’t cooperate, do your part and try to interact with your co-workers in a respectful and cordial way and half of the way will have already been covered – thus a motivation for others to have the same behavior.
Proactivity and attitude
Companies are also looking for professionals who know how to “look for something to do”. Employees who just wait for tasks to fall onto their desks are not wanted by employers.
So, especially when starting a new job show that you are proactive. Talk to those who have been with the company the longest and ask for help to learn more about the workplace and the service itself. Look for the job and don’t wait for it to come to you.
Willingness to advance in career
Another point highly valued by the vast majority of companies is the desire to learn and improve in their profession. If you’re constantly updating yourself and learning new things about your career, you’re certainly an employee any company would love to have.
Some of them offer incentives for employees to invest in their profession, such as subsidies for undergraduate and graduate courses. Unfortunately, it is not always possible to rely solely on the financial resources of the company and it is necessary to invest in courses with your own money.
Even those who are unemployed must think of a way to improve your resume with training, because this can be an opportunity to get the job you want so much, but you can’t because you’re not qualified.
Flexibility and adaptability
Be a flexible employee and who knows how to adapt to the most diverse situations is also a great differential for the professional who wants to stand out among so many.
However, being flexible does not mean doing any service within the company. It is essential to keep your focus and interact with other areas only when absolutely necessary.
Follow the tips and invest in your evolution as a professional. Thus, the work will look for you and getting a good job will become very easy.
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