Dec 15, 2016 08:18 PM EST

Career Tips: Advice That Bosses Does Not Want Their Employees To Know

By Paula

Employees have heard of career advices one way or another. This advices may help the individual improve on his work and jobs.

It is vital to remember that doing once job well is not enough. Employees mostly assume that by doing their job well they will get promoted.

According to Inc, if an employee wants to get promoted he must be able to deliver new ways of doing things that the company has never thought of. The site explained that people who knows what to do and can deliver on this are the people who gets promoted.

The site reported that "you don't have to be passionate about the product you are selling. You don't have to be in the most glamorous industry."

"You don't have to work for the company with the best brand identity or reputation in your chosen field. What does matter is who you've worked with," they added.

The site also reminded employees that being seen as super busy is not always a good thing. Most employees who appear stressed don't always move up the corporate ladder.

An employee who looks stressed will appear as someone who can not take any more work. They ended up not being promoted and missing on innovative work projects.

However, Forbes reported that it is important to be careful where to get a career advice. The site explained that a boss who does not support his employees means that its time to move on.

It is also important to find ways to keep oneself intact no matter what. The flame that burns in once heart must never die down or else one will stop growing career wise.

The site stressed that it is necessary to surround oneself with people that will help with their growth. They need to be with people who truly understands what one wants with their life.

Jobs & Hire reported that one must find a boss or leader who can motivate and make a person grow. It is vital to find a leader that one could easily communicate to. It is important to get motivated at work, it may be hard but it must be done.

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