This article is majorly focused on showing you, how to earn major respect in the workplace.
Although it seems like we’re stuck in the same position in our workplace and there seems to be no raise, but getting a raise at work is much easier than you think. But there’s one key thing you’re going to need first: respect.
If you’re gunning for a promotion in the next couple months in your working place, Then I would seriously advise you to try these tips with your boss and coworkers:
Ask “How are you?”
Are you aware that Actually Asking “How Are You?” Will get you a raise in your working place? Calm down and let me explain.
Something as simple as earnestly asking your coworkers and boss how they are will subconsciously score you major points and makes your coworkers love you the more.
Remember things about people
This is another avenue that most workers overlook but plays a major role in scoring you a promotion and pay raise. It really matters when you try remembering important details, no matter how small, about your co-workers and senior colleagues.
Whether you remember that it’s your boss’s birthday or your coworker’s kids’ names, remembering small details lets everyone around you know that you actually pay attention and listen to them.
Always be prompt
This is another area that some workers don’t pay much attention to. As a boss, I’ve discovered that even if your boss cared about your well being, your husband, wife or child, punctuality is paramount Don’t be late for meetings — show up early for meetings. Respond to emails in a timely manner. And never miss an important deadline, Like never ever miss it.
This may seem strange to you or sound childish, but when your boss thinks of promoting someone, a punctual person seems more like they enjoyed their job, and is always recommended.
Seek out feedback
Another important task that helps in getting you a pay raise, promotion in working place is seeking out feedback. When you ask your senior colleagues for help, advice, and feedback, it goes a long way in showing your coworkers and boss that you are always willing to learn how you can be of benefit to the company.
When you seek feedback, it also shows that you have the initiative to improve yourself and your work ethic to be a better person for the company, the idea person the company can rely on.
Do your job well
Last on this list but not the least, is trying as much as possible to do your given task, and doing it to the best of your ability. The easiest way to earn respect is to stop wasting all your time worrying about getting respect, but giving the best of you to any given task you’re assigned to.
Dedicate your time to doing your job well, and a raise will be sure to follow.