We all face challenging issues from time to
time in life, but they’re different in the work
They need to be approached with
professionalism and with regard to others.
This creates a problem because it shows a
bad punctual attitude and will affect your
reputation and future opportunities.
It shows the company that you’re not as
committed to them as they thought you were
and it looks very bad on your part.
In some companies, this lateness policy is
extremely strict, and you can be dismissed if
you are late even twice.
Having a bad attitude is a terrible thing to
have, especially towards co-workers.
If your attitude is very bad and it starts
affecting your work as well as others’ work,
your position in the company may be put in
As well as this, people may start to think
differently about you, and let’s face it…it’s
always good for people to like you, and to
Sometimes people are affected by things that
happen outside of work.
Allowing these issues to penetrate through to
your workflow (and attitude) can severely
damage your work life.
If your emotional problems become visible to
others, they may feel sympathy or empathy,
but either way it is not who you are supposed
to be at work.
This, again, can put your employment in
This is probably the most important part of
your job, isn’t it? Doing what you get paid for,
what you’re supposed to be skilled at.
If you go to work, and leave work, without
completing tasks, what is the point of going
into work in the first place?
This is the thing that, if comes most
obvious, is what will make you lose your job.
These are few examples of challenging
behaviours in the workplaces. We have looked
at some of these issues and how to avoid
These rules and ways of life in work may
differ from industry to industry.