How to Play Fair and Get Noticed at Your Workplace


How to Play Fair and Get Noticed at Your Workplace
Beth Worthy

Beth Worthy

3/19/2015

How to Play Fair and Get Noticed at Your Workplace

Looking to get noticed in a positive light at work? There are many ways you can play fair and get noticed by the management in order to boost your career or get that coveted promotion. Also these tips can sometimes create a better result than just trying to work hard toward a promotion. Here's how you can get noticed now.

  • Do an amazing job on all tasks.
    That big project coming up or important meetings are both great ways to show your best with your work; it is also wise to do amazing work all the time to show just how much you care about your role at the company. Always do your best and your work will be rewarded.

  • Be willing to volunteer.
    Is management looking for volunteers to work on a tight deadline during the weekend? Don't hesitate to raise your hand. You can also help volunteer for work events outside of the office in order to get noticed.

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  • Get along with all staff.
    Sometimes you might find yourself butting heads with certain co-workers but make sure you're always considerate and amicable with everyone. Being able to get along with everyone at work, whether they are equals or management, shows you have a team player attitude.

  • Offer to help co-workers.
    If you can't find volunteer opportunities you can always offer assistance and help to your co-workers when it looks like they need assistance. Don't wait for others to reach out, go ahead and show that you care about everyone's achievements at the office for the company.

  • Get an expertise.
    Become the go-to person for advice and help in a certain niche or aspect in your job. Whether it's reports, finding the right information, or something else related to your job make sure you are an authority on it.

  • Consistently prove you are an asset.
    Most people tend to show they can be an asset during big projects or employee review meetings. Prove that you're irreplaceable in your work all the time.

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Beth Worthy

Beth Worthy

Beth Worthy is the President of GMR Transcription Services, Inc an Orange County, California based company that has been providing accurate and affordable transcription services since 2004. She has enjoyed success at GMR for almost ten years now and has helped the company grow. Within two years of Beth managing GMR Transcription, it had doubled in sales and was named one of the OC Business Journal’s fastest-growing private companies. Outside of work, she likes spending time with her husband and two kids.