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Saturday, May 18, 2013
Keeping Your Job
Keeping Your Job provides information about dealing with co-workers and supervisors, good job habits, and how to handle problems at work.
Lists job habits that will keep you employed and provides information on attitude and why it is important to respect customers, coworkers, and supervisors.
How to deal with supervisor, your responsibilities including how to assess yourself and ask for a raise.
How to deal with your coworkers and tips for working as a team member.
Why assessing yourself, your career goals, and learning new skills are important.
Why information about your employer's industry can help you succeed in your current job and in your career goals.
What to do if your job doesn't seem to be working out, how to resolve problems and resources for assistance.
Publications that provide information on job retention, military and school transitions, assessment, and getting along with co-workers.
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