You are on page 1of 21

Employee Attributes

Required & Desired

PETROLUBE (T) LTD

A-1 : HONESTY

Being honest means choosing not to lie, steal, cheat, or deceive in any way.

A-1 : HONESTY  Being honest means choosing not to lie, steal, cheat, or deceive in

PETROLUBE (T) LTD

A-2 : PUNCTUALITY

A-2 : PUNCTUALITY PETROLUBE (T) LTD
A-2 : PUNCTUALITY PETROLUBE (T) LTD

PETROLUBE (T) LTD

B-1 : INTELLIGENCE

76 % of the productivity and contribution of an employee

will be determined by his/ her level of intelligence.

the ability to plan, to organize, to set priorities, to solve problems, and to get the job done.

One of the hallmarks of intelligence that is immediately evident is

curiosity.

PETROLUBE (T) LTD

B-2 : LEADERSHIP ABILITY

Leadership is the willingness and desire to accept

responsibility for results (offering to take charge of

achieving company goals and then committing to

perform at high levels).

  • It’s the ability to take charge, to volunteer for assignments,

and to accept accountability for achieving the required results of those assignments.

The mark of the leader is that he or she does not make excuses.

PETROLUBE (T) LTD

B-3 : INTEGRITY

It’s probably the most important single quality for long- term success in life and at work.

  • You are willing to admit your strengths and weaknesses.

  • You are willing to admit where you have made mistakes in the past.

  • You never say anything negative about a previous employer or a person whom you have worked with or for.

PETROLUBE (T) LTD

B-4 : LIKABILITY/ TEAMWORK

We are looking for people who can join the team and be

part of the work family. Teamwork is the key to

business success.

  • warm,

  • friendly,

  • easygoing, and

  • cooperative with others.

People with good personalities are invariably more

popular and more effective at whatever they do.

PETROLUBE (T) LTD

B-5 : COMPETENCE

In its simplest terms, competence is the ability to

get the job done.

  • ability to set priorities,

  • to separate the relevant from the irrelevant tasks,

  • delegate where required

  • and then to concentrate single-mindedly until the job is complete.

PETROLUBE (T) LTD

B-6 : COURAGE

  • Willingness to take risks.

  • Willingness to accept challenges,

  • Willingness to take on big jobs or even new jobs where there is a high degree of uncertainty and the possibility of failure.

  • Willingness to speak up and say exactly what you think and feel in a difficult situation.

This is demonstrated when you ask frank and direct questions

about the company, the position, and the future that you might

have with the organization

PETROLUBE (T) LTD

B-7 : INNER STRENGTH

Inner strength is the determination and the ability to

persevere in the face of adversity. Inner strength

means that you have the quality of persistence when

the going gets rough. You demonstrate inner strength

when you remain calm, cool, and relaxed during the

job interview.

PETROLUBE (T) LTD

C-1 : Listening to instructions

Have you ever noticed that mistakes on the job are usually

followed by someone saying, “Oops, I thought you said…”?

Mistakes and accidents are often the result of people failing

to pay attention to what they are told.

PETROLUBE (T) LTD

C-2 : Taking responsibility

Unfortunately, many (if not most) employees do just enough work to get byjust enough to justify receiving a wage.

When things go wrong, most people will follow their human nature and shift the blame to others.

Know your duties inside and out and pay attention to detail. The more you know what to do and when to do it,

Avoid “tunnel vision”—focusing on your job and your job alone. Instead, be aware of the responsibilities of your co-

workers and recognize how your duties affect their workload.

PETROLUBE (T) LTD

C-3 : Taking initiative

Generally, there are two types of employeesthose who

wait to be told what to do, and those who keep busy by

constantly finding tasks that need performing.

In an age when most workersboth teens and adultsdo as little as possible, and then only when told, a self-

motivated employee automatically sets himself apart from

the crowd.

To look out for the employer’s best interests and putting customers first.

Those who show initiativehunt for ways to solve problems, to improve things, and to be more efficient

PETROLUBE (T) LTD

C-4 : Giving credit to others

Practice giving credit to others. Whenever you are complimented

for a job well done, always share the spotlight with those who

helped you succeed. This will improve and strengthen morale among your fellow employees. It will also build trust among

them, for they will be confident that you will look out and speak

up for them, especially when no one else will.

PETROLUBE (T) LTD

C-5 : Being responsive

When someone addresses you, kindly respond. Let that person know that you

heard him. This is common courtesy.

Responding to people is just another way of showing them that they matter.

Believe it or not, some customers will determine how much business they

will bring to your place of employment based on how well you treat them.

PETROLUBE (T) LTD

C-6 : Performing duties cheerfully

On the job, individuals who are are naturally upbeat, positive and

easy to be around, are usually well liked by the team. Do you

know why? Because positive, cheerful attitudes can be

“contagious.”

At work, as in life, things sometimes go wrong. Problems need to be solved. No one (especially an employer) wants to work with

people who only see problems, but not solutions.

Consider: All jobs and professions have at least one thing in commontheir purpose is to solve problems. The greater and more complex the problems, the greater the

demand and the higher the income for the positions needed to solve them. Yet, amazingly, many routinely gripe and complain about tasks they think are beneath

them. They never stop to think that if such tasks did not need to be resolved, they

would be out of a job!

PETROLUBE (T) LTD

C-7 : Being dependable

By your actions, show people that they can depend on you, and

that you keep your commitments. Arrive to work on time, return phone calls, and perform tasks on time.

In addition, no matter what you are assigned to do, strive to achieve a consistent level of quality and excellence. Be known for performing tasks well - all the time.

PETROLUBE (T) LTD

C-8 : Staying healthy

Whenever an employee is sick and takes time off from work, his

co-workers will have to cover for him, in addition to fulfilling their

own duties. If he makes a habit of calling in sick, his fellow workers will start to resent him, and morale will suffer. You can

avoid this by simply eating healthy, staying away from junk food, getting plenty of rest, exercising, etc.in other words, by doing all that you can to prevent sickness.

PETROLUBE (T) LTD

C-9 : Self disciplined

Society offers plenty of things to attract our attentionthe Internet,

television, cell phones, etc. But a good employee is one who

stays on track. He doesn’t allow things outside the job to creep

in and steal his time, attention and energy from doing what he

has been hired to do. He remains focused.

PETROLUBE (T) LTD

C-10 : Exceeding expectations

Too many workers do only what they are required to do, and

nothing more. You can instantly increase your value to the

company by going above and beyond what is expected of you,

such as being willing to take on duties that others refuse to do.

PETROLUBE (T) LTD

Any questions?

Any questions? PETROLUBE (T) LTD

PETROLUBE (T) LTD