You cannot pleased everyone… that’s a fact!
We can never tell if those people in your work will like you or hate you.
But what if your boss doesn’t like you at all? How can you handle that situation?
Our superior have no choice sometimes but to work with you because the HR thaught that you are qualified for the job. But sometime insecurities and too much dominant comes in these boss of yours and they want to see you struggling in every task.
Is it because they see you as their competitor? Or they are thinking that you can do much better job than her so Mrs. Cruela Devil wants you out in the picture?
It doesn’t make sense when a superior doesn’t know how to appreciate others. Taking all the credit for herself if you did a great job. Then suddenly put you in a hot seat if something went wrong.
These type of people are alway unsatistied even you did a great job. But what keeps us to stay in our job despite of your inconsiderate boss always nagging you?
Your boss is so lucky to have you. Because you can understand her and you decided to stay with her all along.
I was at your back when you need someone to assist you with your stuffs lying on the floor. You didn’t look at me or even say “thank you”.
I was polishing the floor when you walked in the hallway with a messy staletto. I smiled but you didn’t bother to look. I’m tired but it’s okay your my boss after all.
I was asked to give you the details of your task but you yelled at me. You said you are exhausted and no time for it. I said “sorry” but you sent me away. I’m hungry and my working hours is done but I do the favor that they ask as if it’s nothing for you.
Yesterday was my daughter’s 16th birthday. But you asked me to work untill mid night because of the VIP guest will arrive today and everything must be perfect. I finished the errands and when I went home, my daughter was lying on her bed.
I am your janitor, and I know my duties and responsibilities. I’m not asking too much from you guys but rather a little respect atleast. Maybe I’m not wearing an expensive working clothes or no idea on how to open a computer. But I’m still human. I need to stand for all of these every day.
Maybe my work is not easy as you think. I need to finish my work as fast as I could to start another task. I’m not like you guys. But just like an ordinary employee, I have my rights. Please give me some time to prove myself that even this is the type of job that I have, Im still ra dignified man to work with.
Meeting our deadline is really exhausting part in our job. Frustration, stress and time pressure arises everytime we have a task to be done.
Most of the people, stress overwhelm their production lead them to poor performance.
While some workplace stress is normal, excessive stress can interfere with your productivity and performance—and impact your physical and emotional health. It can even mean the difference between success and failure on the job. You can’t control everything in your work environment, but that doesn’t mean you’re powerless—even when you’re stuck in a difficult situation. Whatever your work demands or ambitions, there are steps you can take to protect yourself from the damaging effects of stress and improve your job satisfaction.
Timeframe is very important to succeed. It will help you stay organize and focus on what you are doing. If you stick to your timeframe and prioritize your tasks then everything will fall in a right place.
Here are some tips to setup your timeframe.
Know your deadline
Date and time is the key to setup everything to make your task done. It will tells you which tasks should be done first. By simply writing it down, it will remind you for time to time. Use your calendar and mark it with the task that should be done for that certain day and put time of submission.
Workloads and Limitations
Multiple tasking is normal in our workplace but if you have workloads and you are meeting the dead end then tell your superior about it. Point out those things that you can do base on what tasks that you have right now to set your limitations.
Always check your priority lists and take a deep breath to stay focus. Set your mind setting on how to finish your job.
Ask for assistance
There is nothing wrong for asking a help. Sometimes you have to if you are meeting your deadline and you are way far to finish it.
Follow the “two-minute rule.”
Entrepreneur Steve Olenski recommends implementing the “two-minute rule” to make the most of small windows of time that you have at work. The idea is this: If you see a task or action that you know can be done in two minutes or less, do it immediately. According to Olenski, completing the task right away actually takes less time than having to get back to it later. Resource: http://www.inc.com/john-rampton/15-ways-to-increase-productivity-at-work.html
So try to do this and make your self productive. It will helps you to work under pressure.