Let’s move onto the subject of attendance and time management for career development jobs west Midlands. If a local employer to use Nimble Recruitment or any West Midlands agency they will request references. Common sense tells you irrelevant of your age, experience and skills – your time management will play a major part in the successful career. You may have surpassed this initially test whilst attending the interview. As it’s always wise to do your homework, refresh on your CV and arrive 10 – 15 minutes early.
One of the best methods of structuring your working day (depending on your marital status) is to plan your working week and weekend. The remark weekend is incorporated because of the temping and temps working various shift patterns. As well as certain industries i.e. High Street, Retail Outlets, Supermarkets Warehouses, etc…working weekends.
Time management skills are an essential part of your job so let’s have a look at some tips
Develop routines for repetitive tasks such as alarm, shower, breakfast, journey planning and any preplanning for business meetings (dependant on your job) arrival and clocking in (based on job)
Personal / Work agenda
Distinguish what is work and what is personal/ domestic; therefore try not to drag the domestic over to your working environment. Sort out bills, family commitments and social agendas in your time
Simple Agenda of Tasks:
With modern technology it’s so easy just to tap a few keys on your iPhone, Android or Smartphone & use a planner. If not just use a jotter/notebook to prioritize the tasks, and ensuring achievability
Pressure and Stressful situations
As soon as you get into a misunderstanding, conflict or simply under pressure due sales targets – your mind will play hazards therefore avoid these scenarios. You will feel tired and it will affect you.
Take Some Breaks
Read the small print in your employment contract ensure you are entitled to breaks, tea/coffee and lunch. A walk to relax your mind, avoid any stressful environments and feel refreshed for the day
Set your yourself mental targets
When you have a task at hand, set a realistic target and stick to it. Try to set a target few days before the task so that you can complete all those tasks that may get in the way. It works for time keeping.
Dodging & Delaying
Whether you are a CEO, retail assistant or doctor trying to avoid task A over B is time wasting, stressful and major issue for you. As you will go full circle trying to complete the unfinished task.
Don’t burn yourself out
The worst things you can do is try to impress the boss with your timekeeping then all of a sudden take on more than you can achieve. This will end in you getting exhausted, late the following day
Exercise or Relaxation
Yet again studies have shown no matter what your age or gender. Taking 30 minutes of light exercise or relaxation,it will help your body and mind-set. This is ideal for the subject in hand.
Plan the day ahead
Acquire a planning mind-set by closing each day with a list of “To Do’s for the following day and Don’t s Try not to make the same errors and stick to new agenda you have assembled for yourself.
As you can establish it’s all down to planning, organising and structuring the working day. Plus the aim is not to stress yourself out. People from different industries and job status may read into the blog and say it doesn’t apply to them but rest-assured it’s generalised. It can be incorporated by individuals just staring a job via Nimble Recruitment or mid-management/executives. Try it yourself.