4 Ways to Show Your Employer That You're Hardworking

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By Megan Lacombe

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4_Ways_to_Show_Your_Employer_That_Youre_HardworkingHave you gained a new job through Liberty Staffing? If so, congratulations! Now that the interview process is over, and you've obtained the position, it's time to think about how to keep said job. Whether you've been hired for a temporary role for a couple of months, or a permanent role, it's important to show your hiring manager that this job is important to you. 

At Liberty Staffing, we want all of our employees to be successful in the professional world. We would like to provide you with a few tips to help you wow your supervisor on your first day, and week, of work. 

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These four tips will help you show your employer that you're hardworking. 

1. Arrive on Time

It's always important to be on time for your scheduled shift. It shows your hiring manager that you're dedicated and hardworking. 

Start your day off right by arriving on time for work. Be sure to set your alarm, wake up early, and leave yourself enough time to get ready. You'll also have to factor in traffic, the weather, construction, and any other transportation issues that may arise. 

We guarantee that your supervisor will remember that you regularly arrive on time for your shift. This will bode well for you down the road. For example, if you've been hired for a temporary role, your supervisor is more likely to keep you on if you demonstrate that you have good attendance. 

2. Be a Team Player

Whether this job is temporary or permanent, start this position believing that you are already part of the team. After all, you are part of the team now!

Being part of a team means that you are professional and friendly with your coworkers, and offer them a helping hand whenever needed. Show your supervisor that you're part of the team, and that you don't mind helping your coworkers. 

3. Always be Productive

Always keep busy at work. Even if you've completed a task, ask your supervisor what you should do next. If he or she is busy at that moment, help your coworkers until your supervisor becomes available. Keeping busy shows that you are passionate, and want to get the job done. 

The last thing you'll want to do is look unproductive to a hiring manager. Be productive, stay on task, and meet deadlines.

4. Have a Positive Attitude 

Last, but certainly not least, have a positive attitude at work. An employer is more likely to keep a positive, outgoing worker rather than a negative Nancy that complains. 

Smile, be open, and have a positive attitude. You will seem more approachable, and more likable, to coworkers and your supervisor. 

Need more tips? Contact Liberty Staffing today! We wish you all the best in your new role. 


Megan Lacombe

Megan is a Media Communications professional at Liberty Staffing. She has experience working as a Freelance Writer for a variety of companies online. In her free time, she enjoys crafting, photography, running, and kayaking. An avid reader, she reads anything, anywhere. She puts creativity and passion into everything that she does. Her favourite quote is “Create the things you wish existed” by Anonymous.

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