Model Corporate Expectations

Your actions must meet corporate expectations. Organizations hire employees to help them make or save money and to achieve their missions. In exchange for your time and salary, your employer expects several basic behaviors from you: doing your best, having a positive attitude, showing initiative, accepting feedback, and being willing to learn. Organizations may have additional expectations, depending on the industry and your position as well as the kind of work you are doing. For example, some organizations have expectations that you will be a good team player, requiring you to be willing to help others, ...

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