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We are all humans with different mindsets, behaviors, and opinions. However, we still co-exist in the same space and cooperate with each other. In a similar fashion, in our workplaces, we find employees that may or may not be different from us yet we collaborate with them for the betterment of the organization. During our time in the business environment, we will come across some different kinds of employees that teach us something about human behavior.
Today, we are going to discuss three types of employees we would certainly bump into during our journey in the corporate world:
These are a bunch of enthusiastic people who are passionate about their work, and they also encourage other employees through their behavior. This category of employees is the base of your organization. And they tend to successfully complete every project they have under their wing. These employees might stay late at work just to finish the tasks because they make their work a priority.
The Lazy Ones
There are a couple of employees at every organization who spread an aura of laziness. They have a lackadaisical attitude towards almost everything work-related and have the tendency to jump into everything that is not work-related. They are also the ones who would gossip about others, which can create an unsettling environment. These employees believe in completing their shifts only and would not exceed their time limits unless asked to do so.
These are the ambitious minds of the organization and time doesn’t hold back their productivity at all. If an idea strikes after work hours, they will try to start working on it immediately. Their energy brings a positive aura and happiness at the workplace and keeps everyone motivated. Their entrepreneurial skills also inspire other employees and influence them to keep themselves aligned with the mission of the organization.
Now that we have discusses these types of employees, do you come across these individuals at your company? What other types of employees do you see in your organization?