What makes you angry about your job?
The health benefits?
What you get paid?
When you get paid?
No dental plan?
Reimbursements and expenses?
The color of your ads?
The lack of ads?
The phone messages/tree your customers go through?
Reliability of internet/phones?
No travel budget?
No trade show budget?
No marketing budget?
Broken product features?
Website out of date?
Poor communication between sales and production?
Do you get angry because your company could do better and be more successful?
You see, if you are not concerned about the effectiveness of your company, it's product and the customer and are more concerned about your own benefits, then there is a problem. About where you are working.
You will never be fulfilled with your job unless you are deeply concerned and engaged with the company you work for.
There is a direct correlation in my opinion between employee satisfaction and their satisfaction with the way their company does business.
If pride is exhibited in a company and it's products by its employees, and it is shared by every single employee from the President to the shipping clerk, than satisfaction will follow in every other facet of the company.
Don't believe me? Check out Southwest Airlines and The Container Store. Both have high employee involvement, employee satisfaction and high customer approval ratings.
Get involved with your company. If the company you work for discourages involvement and responsibility, then change companies.
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