Staffing Agencies Henderson NC

Every day individuals fib in Henderson, lie and embellish their way through the work day, not realizing that there are repercussions. The consequences may not always be as severe as termination, but it can be a reduction in bonus, a permanent mark on your record or a poor score on your yearly review, not to mention the damage done to your reputation among fellow colleagues. What follows are 4 frequent fibs that every single should avoid in the workplace.

Vance County JobLink Career Center
(252) 438-6129
945-G West Andrews Avenue
Henderson, NC
 
Warren County JobLink Career Center ESC
(252) 257-3230
309 North Main St., Room 123
Warrenton, NC
 
Donna Davenport, CPRW
(919) 345-5638
4724 Bartwood Dr.
Raleigh, NC
 
Sharon Jones, CPRW
(919) 361-0092
701 Braden Dr.
Durham, NC
 
International Brotherhood Of Electrical Workers Local 553
(919) 596-8220
Durham
Raleigh, NC
 
Granville County JobLink Career Center
(919) 693-2686
518 Lewis Street
Oxford, NC
 
Franklin County JobLink Career Center
(919) 496-6250
90 Tanglewood Drive
Louisburg, NC
 
Billie Jordan, CPRW
(910) 743-3641
2362 Belgrade Swansboro Rd.
Maysville, NC
 
Elaine S. Wilder, CPRW, CEIP
(336) 403-3306
875 Lewisville-Clemmons Rd.
Lewisville, NC
 
NC Joblink Access Point Share Network
(336) 591-4074
904 North Main Street
Walnut Cove, NC
 

4 Lies that Can Cost You Your Job

When Mark N. was approached by one of his company’s vendors, the Information Technology professional had no idea that secretly taking on a client in his spare time would cost him his job.

Sure seems obvious after the fact, but Mark is not alone.

Lisa F. shares his pain, but from a managerial perspective. “I know when a woman lies about being sick, just by looking at her hands and toes.” For the senior level new media executive, the giveaway is newly polished nails. “You cannot imagine how many women come in after a sick day with a fresh manicure or pedicure,” she observes.

Every day individuals fib, lie and embellish their way through the work day, not realizing that there are repercussions. The consequences may not always be as severe as termination, but it can be a reduction in bonus, a permanent mark on your record or a poor score on your yearly review, not to mention the damage done to your reputation among fellow colleagues. What follows are 4 frequent fibs that every single should avoid in the workplace.

Pulling the Healthy Sick Card

If you call in sick when you’re feeling perfectly fine you better be smart about it. Taking off one too many hangover Fridays, or regularly turning the day before calendared holiday 3 day weekends into your personal 4 day long weekends, will no doubt cause suspicious minds. So come clean to your supervisor and ask that these be reported as vacation days, or try to schedule your healthy sick days on less conspicuous days during the week.

The Faux Appointment/Emergency

Leaving work under false medical or other emergent pretenses is asking for trouble. Take it from Kristine who played hooky to get prepped for a date and was spotted getting her hair blown out at the salon by one of her co-workers. All it takes is one sighting or slip and you can lose your credibility, especially when medical or family issues are used as an excuse.

Pointing the Finger

When people’s jobs and egos are at stake, blaming others when you’re at fault can lead to war in the workplace. Remember, it’s a politics game and you’ll lose if you try to dodge the bullet by feigning innocence. Folks, the only way to keep allies and integrity intact is to play fair and take ownership of your conduct and work in good times and in bad.

Fudging Hours & Fudging Expenses

Working to make sure you get in those all those billable hours is seriously stressful. You may hit your targets by rounding up to the nearest hour but don’t press your luck. This is a serious offense, and companies’ billings are increasingly being examined by their clients and their clients’ audit units or accountants. If you’re a certified professional, lying here may not cost you just a client, but your license.

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