What motivates you to go the extra mile on a job?

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What motivates you to go the extra mile on a job?

In a recent study, Tinypulse asked employees what would motivate them to go that “extra mile.” The top three responses were: Camaraderie and peer motivation (20%) Intrinsic desire to do a good job (17%) Feeling encouraged and recognized (13%)

Q. What Females should wear to a job interview?

The Best Interview Attire for Women

  • Wear a Navy Blue Blazer for Endless Options. …
  • Experiment with Button-Down Shirts. …
  • Look for Blouses with Interesting Details. …
  • Think Menswear with a Khaki Mix-and-Match Suit. …
  • Go Classic with a Black Dress and Tights. …
  • Pair a Sweater and Black Dress Pants. …
  • Try a Statement Dress.

Q. What motivates to study?

Come up with a solid reason why you want to build better study habits, like getting better grades, doing well on tests, or having less stress around assignment deadlines. Create a routine you plan to follow every time you want to study, like going to a specific place at a specific time. Commit to change.

Q. How do I go the extra mile at work?

Always be willing to go the extra mile: Display a “can do” attitude even in demanding situations. Try to solve problems, rather than to pass them on to other people. First answer is “yes, I’ll make it happen”. Go beyond your job description.

Q. Will you tell lie for your company?

I do not lie to advance personal or business goals. There is always an honorable way to succeed and I will always work towards genuinely earned success. As long as I am in accordance with company and legal guidelines, I would do what is best for the company and try to effectively resolve any issues that may arise.

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