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What Employers Want
Cooperativeness: A willingness to work well with everyone else on the job to reach a common goal
How can you be cooperative?Do tasks you don’t like without complaining. Do your fair share of a job. Pitch in to help a coworker. Volunteer to help coworkers meet a deadline or reach a goal.
Be willing to follow directions.Stop whatever you are doing and listen to the directions being given. Listen carefully. Take notes. Identify the goal of the task. Ask questions!
Have a willingness to learn.Look for opportunities. Get more training. Don’t pretend to know something you don’t. Again, ask questions.
Have initiative. Do what needs to be done without being told to do it.
Be responsible. Demonstrate the willingness to accept an obligation and to be accountable for an action or situation.
Loyalty How do you show loyalty at work? Be positive.Look for solutions. Keep critical comments to yourself. *You are part of a team. Work together.
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