It shouldn't take anyone by surprise, that hatred or negativity spreads equally as fast, if not faster, than a positive outlook-Which is why I like to approach any job, or career, with optimism. I'm very straight forward, and like to see that jobs get done, and done well. Although I have been teased as being "excessive-compulsive", i also bring smiles and laughter to the work place. There is a time and place for everything, even at work; However, when it comes down to crunch time, I'm focused on organized closure, and I include my fellow employees in a team-like manner. I don't do work-place-clicks, facades, or half-effort work, and call me naive, but I have the predetermined prospect that my fellow employees will view their work ethic and character in the same light.
I respect authority, and believe in a structured, and systematic work place; However, I don't appreciate leaders who abuse their power, dictate to, or belittle their employees in any way. Such behavior is completely unprofessional, and will encourage animosity and disrespect, as well as, create barriers between and among staff members. This form of behavior, concerning any person within a staffing team, may be the hardest scenario to deal with, within any work place. Communication, patience, and a listening ear will ease the minds and spirits of any person, and once those principles are consistently practiced, it's as if you're not coming to work-you're coming to a positive and enlightening atmosphere, with co-workers, as well as, friends, and THAT is the most rewarding aspect to any job title.
management teams who hold themselves equally as responsible and professional, reasonable breaks, reasonable pay for the type, and amount of work done, reasonable rules and regulations, supported by reason
negative attitudes, withheld time/pay incorporated into schedule for mandated breaks, unsafe or otherwise poor parking locations, unethical expectations of the supplies provided for a given task