Reputation Wreckers [Infographic]
Your first months at a new job are an ideal time to establish your personal brand. Individuals need to know their career goals and how a positive professional start helps achieve short and long-term career objectives. One way to make a great impression at work is to avoid some common reputation wreckers. If you act the way you want to be perceived and model your behavior of individuals you respect and admire, then you will have a greater chance of making a positive and lasting impression at your new job.
Here’s what employers look at on social media, who gossips the most at work, how bosses feel about inter-office dating, what to wear, what to say and what NOT to say and how to act in order to move the up professional ladder.
Photo Credit: Pexels
Career advice | Personal branding | Starting a new job | Workplace