Guide for employees, new to the workforce, on how to succeed and be promotable while losing their sense of entitlement.
Recent graduates entering the business world fall into the trap of believing promotions are handed out like meats and cheeses at the deli counter; stand in line, place an order, and presto – get exactly what you want. Unfortunately, many young employees don’t fully realize what they truly need to do in order to succeed in today’s workforce. In Promotions Aren’t Served at the Deli Counter, I offer advice for younger employees new to the business world in a straight-forward, light manner. Personal stories from years of experience along with analogies which the reader can relate to are used to illustrate key points.
Promotions Aren’t Served at the Deli Counter offers ways for readers to put themselves in better positions to achieve their goals at work. I look at the common mistakes employees make, examine the pitfalls in which we tend to get trapped into, and help find the proverbial ladder we need in order to climb out.