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Habits That Will Make You Lose Respect At Work!

When it is about work, there are a few rules set for our behaviour, code of conduct and work ethics that need to be followed.

Apart from all this, there are a few things and habits that you need to avoid doing at workplace. These things can make you lose your respect at work and hence they need to be avoided.

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Check out the things that you should avoid doing. This would help you in the betterment of your career growth as well as your personal growth!

Read on to know more.


Habit 1: Speaking Whatever That Crosses The Mind

It is not necessary that you need to speak about everything that comes to your mind. Instead, you can make mental notes and focus on important things regarding work.


Habit 2: Being An Attention Seeker

You always cannot be the best at work and there will be days when you will be blamed, so make sure not to be in the limelight for all the wrong gossips.


Habit 3: Being A Complaint Box

Voicing one's opinion is appreciated; however, being someone who constantly has something to say nasty about everything is not appreciated!


Habit 4: Having A Rude Attitude

One should avoid their ‘should-have-asked-me-first' or ‘I-know-best' attitude ASAP, as this attitude will work for them in the long run. Instead, they need to be more approachable to their colleagues and friends.

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Habit 5: Stealing!

Do not take other's trust for granted and get indulged in stealing things around you. When you would get caught, imagine looking at your colleagues in their face. Quite shameful, isn't it?


Habit 6: Always Being Late!

Being late is not appreciated, especially when it has become one's routine. It creates an impression that the person is selfish and unorganised. Avoid doing so.

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Story first published: Thursday, January 19, 2017, 10:37 [IST]
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