7 Habits Employers Hate in New Employees

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By Matthew Klobucher

You’ve scored your new job and are getting ready for the civilian workplace. You may be conscious of expectations others have for you as a veteran – your boss and your peers. Sometimes those expectations drive veteran employees to bad workplace behavior … but you can avoid that if you make sure not to develop the following bad habits:

1. Being late to work, or extending breaks. This seems like a no-brainer, and in fact most new employees (perhaps especially veteran employees) are usually very reliable. But while you might stop feeling like a “new” employee after a few weeks, your supervisor and/or manager will see you that way for several years, at least – especially if other employees have been with the company for a long time. And it’s after those first few weeks that new employees show themselves as chronically tardy, or eager to go on break but slow to return.

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