Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Common Mistakes Employees Make When Dealing With Employers - B.L. Brown Virtual Book Tour & #Giveaway

Welcome to day 3 with B.L. Brown. Today we're turning the tables...You didn't really think that we wouldn't talk about us now, did you? What mistakes do we as employees make when it comes to our bosses? We're about to find out. Don't forget to check out the book and enter the giveaway using the Rafflecopter below.

Common Mistakes Employees Make When Dealing With Work & Employers

Today’s workplace is filled with politics, and as an employee you have to decide what team to play on, the ethical team or the unethical team. The pressures of joining a group or workplace clique are becoming the organization’s mainstream. Although building relationships at work is important the first priority as a new employee is learning the job responsibilities. To many employees make the all to universal mistake of buying into the unbeneficial problematic conflicts in the workplace. Employees should be mindful of the fact that every role counts—that is, one person’s failure to perform can affect a department or an organization as a whole. In essence, some employees make the common mistake of not fully performing to organizational standard. This is a huge misstep and a very unprofessional impression to create when dealing  with work. These behaviors within organizations world-wide are the new norm, general mistakes employees make in the workplace.

A frequent misstep employees’ make dealing with employers is communicating their boundaries by not overextending themself to employers. When employees overextend themselves it often leads to increased workloads that result in failure to keep up meet work demands and deadlines. This is why employees must communicate with co-workers and managers in an open and honest straightforward manner to establish trust. Trust has a major impact on performance and workplace behavior. Employees should respect authority; however remain true to their own beliefs and values. One of the primary mistakes employees make with employers is taking responsibility for mishaps. Some employees make a habit of blaming others for their underperformances and workload. Employer-employee relations take a negative turn when employees refuse to take accountability for their actions. In today’s workplace knowledge is often viewed as job security. This is why some employees will not share beneficial information with co-workers. These types of behavior dividends workplace teams as well as breaks trust in an employee-employer relationships. Employee should perform all tasks with a high level of dedication and moral integrity. It is important to establish and maintaining a positive level of performance. This increases opportunities for advancement, and demonstrates loyalty and dedication to the organization as a whole. Two of the best approaches to career longevity are self-discipline and courage.

Book Genre: BODY, MIND & SPIRIT / Angels & Spirit Guides / Business & Economics

Publisher: Outskirts PressRelease Date: August 18, 2011


Book Title: Halo-Orangees employer-employee “one accord” Volume I One Mind, One Body, One Team

Book Blurb

Is your work environment infected with the dysfunctional "I" and ME" Team Virus? "I" and "Me" are the driving forces behind dysfunctional organizational employer-employee relationships.

This book embodies the message that all human beings have a purpose and can rise above any situation or circumstance as long as they remain ethically true to themselves.

As you journey through this book, you will experience a multiplicity of real life work encounters such as, "A manager espoused her opinion that lower-paid employees should serve higher-paid employees". In this encounter, the manager also stated, "higher-salaried staff members are not paid to clean coffee pots" (Excerpt~ B.L. Brown). Halo-Orangees book is a movement with encouraging straightforwardness; Author B.L. Brown confronts real-life workplace issues occurring in organizations world-wide (negativity, drama, power struggles, backstabbing, and endless gossip). The Introduction is entitled, "Don't Allow Anyone to Confine You to a Box, Disabling Your Growth".

Halo-Orangees is a nonexclusive on the job survival manual, mindset enhancer, and stress reliever for both employers and employees. This book will change your life both personally and professionally.

“Don’t ever allow anyone to attack your self-esteem, kill your passion, or tell you that someone else is more worthy than you” (Excerpt ~B.L. Brown).

“You are the only one who defines you, so don’t ever allow anyone to tell you who you are, or that you are not good enough” (Excerpt ~B.L. Brown).
Excerpt Quotes

“Your life purpose is to take the totality of your negative experiences, roll them up into one, and use them positively to lay the foundation for your destiny” (Excerpt~ B.L. Brown).

“Don’t ever allow anyone to break your spirit of peace, control your mood, or suppress your workforce existence, making your tenure in the organization a horrible experience” (Excerpt~ B.L. Brown).

Websites: For more information, please visit the author’s corporate website:http://www.halo-orangeesjobs.com/ www.h-connect.net

Purchase Links: http://www.amazon.com/dp/1432747584

B.L. Brown is the CEO and Founder of Halo-Orangees', international online job board (www.halo-orangeesjobs.com). Halo-Orangees’ international job board delivers candidates on time and under budget. Employers can post jobs and search resume database. 

Jobseekers can post resumes and search jobs for free. The genesis of Halo-Orangees Brand: Helping Advocate Longevity of Organizations by Obtaining Objectives through Redefining Above-Board New Generational Guidelines for Employer Employee Standards was inspired, developed, and birthed from her reaction to an unethical manager with whom she had the pleasure of working for and whose style of supervision made her stronger.

In a one-on-one meeting with this executive director, he made the statement that another employee, who held the same title as B.L. Brown, was better than she was. In response, B.L. Brown informed him that this employee was not better than her nor was she better than the employee. From that one statement, she instantly realized her true purpose in life. "Best negative words spoken into my life thus far" (Excerpt~ B.L. Brown). Reckoning her experience with a newfound belief, the foundation of Halo-Orangees emerged.

In 2012 Author B.L. Brown launched Halo-Orangees/h-connect brand, international online dating website h-connect.net. The h-connect.net brand is empowering, motivating singles to find their best friend in love.

Progress can also be followed via social media:

What mistakes have you made, when it comes to the workplace?

Change Your Mind...Change Your Life!


BK said...

I'm loving this week!

Unknown said...

uff! this is useful! great advice!

Unknown said...

I left corporate America because of the way they treated me. I cried every morning before going to work. I hated it so much.

Unknown said...

Workplace unity is becoming more and more obsolete within organizations across the globe. The benefits of being an employee in today’s workforce are dwindling with each passing day. The term employer-employee “one accord” is a bankrupt economic failure in many companies.

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