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Drop game/tips for the workplace.

For people that have never worked in a workplace before

Just sh*t that will help you get by easier

etc..

Never say "I dont know" to your bosses questions, instead say "I will find out"...

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Trust no one

don't tell your collegues anything they don't need to know about you

Don't try and be the rebel

Use your white bravado in the work place, don't try and be 'real'. Unless your working in McDonaldos, JD Sports or them sort of business's.

Just because people around you can do a ting, don't think you can do it, when your new just stick to the rules.

Don't bring your personal life/trouble/stories into work...If you've got issues just don't come in because theres nothing more f*ck*ng annoying then somone wondering around crying, stressing and flipping out thinking their solidering on.

Just keep your head down and don't get dragged in cliques

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Trust no one

don't tell your collegues anything they don't need to know about you

Don't try and be the rebel

Use your white bravado in the work place, don't try and be 'real'. Unless your working in McDonaldos, JD Sports or them sort of business's.

Just because people around you can do a ting, don't think you can do it, when your new just stick to the rules.

Just keep your head down and don't get dragged in cliques

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Trust no one

don't tell your collegues anything they don't need to know about you

Don't try and be the rebel

Use your white bravado in the work place, don't try and be 'real'. Unless your working in McDonaldos, JD Sports or them sort of business's.

Just because people around you can do a ting, don't think you can do it, when your new just stick to the rules.

Don't bring your personal life/trouble/stories into work...If you've got issues just don't come in because theres nothing more f*ck*ng annoying then somone wondering around crying, stressing and flipping out thinking their solidering on.

Just keep your head down and don't get dragged in cliques

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+ dont block the toilets

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If you need a break but aren't due one, go and sit in the toilet cubicle for 15 minutes. If anyone asks where you've been just make a joke about a dodgy curry and your absence will be laughed off.

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Trust no one

don't tell your collegues anything they don't need to know about you

Don't try and be the rebel

Use your white bravado in the work place, don't try and be 'real'. Unless your working in McDonaldos, JD Sports or them sort of business's.

Just because people around you can do a ting, don't think you can do it, when your new just stick to the rules.

Don't bring your personal life/trouble/stories into work...If you've got issues just don't come in because theres nothing more f*ck*ng annoying then somone wondering around crying, stressing and flipping out thinking their solidering on.

Just keep your head down and don't get dragged in cliques

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Don't f*ck that colleague. PLEASE.

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If you need a break but aren't due one, go and sit in the toilet cubicle for 15 minutes. If anyone asks where you've been just make a joke about a dodgy curry and your absence will be laughed off.

lol at that being in the tips

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try not to make enemies of anyone or burn any bridges (don't brown nose either). you never know who may work out to be connect in the future,

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separate your professional from your private life

look motivated and not like you cant be bothered to do what is asked

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separate your professional from your private life

look motivated and not like you cant be bothered to do what is asked

:lol:

HILARIOUS

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office politics are bullshit

but you WILL get dragged in

eventually

just try not to get involved

be nice to the people that everyone hates

eg that boss who everyone says is a bitch

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Be the 'can do' guy.

Everyone wants to work with that guy and that guy goes places.

Be that guy. To borrow from Adidas, Nothing Is Impossible.

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Take few weeks to silently understand the workings of the work place and personalities within itmmmmppl will always be welcoming first couple of weks but after that all can change

Don't give too much of yourself hold back.at work ppl prey on the tome of person you are try to work you outand later use it against you to serve themselves

Try not to be too dominating or too passive try to find a middle ground that doesn't make you come accross big headed or at the other end of the scale weak and a easy target

Remember just because you work within a group and a team enviroment doesn't mean you have to make an effort with everyone to keep a good atmosphere..that's life you can't get on with everyone.and straining to do so will make work more unbearable so than if you just passed over the folk you don't feel

Don't get involved with office politics backbiting gossiping etxc it never bodes well.yeah you can make good friendships at work but if that intails dragging collegues into it .it not worth the inevitable hassle

Overhall just come to your own conclusions of your workplace don't let others guide you..their experiences won't relativly compare to yours..keep work life seperate from personal life don't let the two merge and or youl find youl be going to work and taking stress home

Everyone needs an oulet from work so don't merge the two

OVERALL the most important thing is to always keep your options open and to you and to yourself

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Sorry for the long drawn out post btw

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Trust no one

don't tell your collegues anything they don't need to know about you

Don't try and be the rebel

Use your white bravado in the work place, don't try and be 'real'. Unless your working in McDonaldos, JD Sports or them sort of business's.

Just because people around you can do a ting, don't think you can do it, when your new just stick to the rules.

Don't bring your personal life/trouble/stories into work...If you've got issues just don't come in because theres nothing more f*ck*ng annoying then somone wondering around crying, stressing and flipping out thinking their solidering on.

Just keep your head down and don't get dragged in cliques

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Never look a gift horse in the mouth.

E.g If an opportunity comes up which means you may have to work late / do alot more work / working away from the office, volunteer your services instead of trying to get out of it. You can use this opporrtunity for your career development. A promotion opportunity may come up in the future and your experience doing this extra work could be the difference between you and the person sitting next to you getting the job.

*edit*

Just to add some personal experience:

A few months ago, volunteers were asked to go to Liverpool for a day to do something quite basic. Everyone in the office was laughing and saying only a mug will go.

I volunteered to go, knowing full well doing the job would not aid my career at all.

The reason I went?

I knew that one of the senior managers in my office was attending, which meant a two hour train journey each way sitting with a senior manager. I talked with him about my job history, career options, where I see the business etc. This put me on his radar and it's no coincidence that a little while after that a good promotion came up and I was recommended for the role.

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Whoever you f*ck in the work place word will spread round quicker than flies over dog sh*t

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brisco shouldnt be in this thread,

clear example of a Tr0ll who wants a say in every thread.

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Trust no one

don't tell your collegues anything they don't need to know about you

Don't try and be the rebel

Use your white bravado in the work place, don't try and be 'real'. Unless your working in McDonaldos, JD Sports or them sort of business's.

Just because people around you can do a ting, don't think you can do it, when your new just stick to the rules.

Don't bring your personal life/trouble/stories into work...If you've got issues just don't come in because theres nothing more f*ck*ng annoying then somone wondering around crying, stressing and flipping out thinking their solidering on.

Just keep your head down and don't get dragged in cliques

Be the 'can do' guy.

Everyone wants to work with that guy and that guy goes places.

Be that guy. To borrow from Adidas, Nothing Is Impossible.

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customers matter more than Your colleagues

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never add work colleagues to your facebook

always assume that any emails you send or receive at work are being read

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Lol f*ck*ng c/s that one too..

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never add work colleagues to your facebook

always assume that any emails you send or receive at work are being read

:!: :!: :!:

and on that note, don't send for Your company on facebook, or in any way write about bein unhappy at work

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