When we start a new job and we’re excited for the progression of our new career, we often bring the best of ourselves to proceedings. From business blogs offering advice to the interview process, to the ‘selling yourself’ nature of your resume, gaining a new job is all set up to make you feel you need to be the best. As such, you will try to replicate this, with the perfect attitude and the most willingness to care available. But sometimes, despite your best efforts, things aren’t quite as they seem. Sometimes, things can go wrong. Sometimes, your employer is the cause of that.

However, despite this being clear, many people hoping to be their best selves will brush of difficulty and hope to work through those problems. They may even blind themselves to negative practices conducted by their employer. This is wrong, and unhealthy.

To know your employer is in the wrong will take some time, but it can really help in the long term. With these tips, you’re sure to assess problems as they arise:

Safety Code

It’s essential to familiarize yourself with the very many safety policies your employer expects you to follow, because then you can root out breaches of that contract on their end. This is useful when you suspect your employer isn’t adapting to their responsibilities as they should be. It can improve your claim of leaving the firm without notice if you find safety issues aren’t being taken into account, or you may approach your boss directly and demand they are fixed.

If you’ve experienced an injury thanks to this, poring over the safety policies can help you build evidence almost immediately, and send that evidence to the appropriate, work in jury lawyers. Who knows how much compensation you could reap thanks to a flaw in their safety systems, but of course the real reward is ensuring justice is done and the injury is much less likely to happen to anyone else.

Lack Of Investment

A lack of investment in a vital business function or process can be a real sign that your boss isn’t spending as much time with the business as they should be, or is willing to cut costs in areas they shouldn’t. If you find yourself repeatedly understaffed, that someone in your department leaving isn’t replaced but instead their work seems to pass to you, or that your firm is continually struggling to cope with outdated and unsafe equipment, it could mean hard financial times for your employer. Alternatively, and most likely, they are being neglectful of their standard of operation. This is an awful sign. While it’s nothing you can litigate against unless you’re missing safety equipment, you should begin your job search renewed almost immediately, as this only signifies that priorities are starting to fall. That, coupled with the limited presence of a boss could mean really bad things, really quickly.

With these two scenarios confirmed, looking for a new job or seeking compensation could be your best options. Sometimes your employer will be in the wrong, but it will take a smart person to identify and fix that.

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About The Author

I am a Business LifeStyle coach who specialises in working with artists, designers, crafters and all creative professionals. Myself and my partner Stuart Horrex are here to help you to achieve your Life & business goal and dreams. We have had over 20 years experience in finance, retail,furniture,food,wine fashion,crafts and hospitality.

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