Goodwill Employees: Are They Rare?

Last Updated: 8 months ago by BrodNeil

Goodwill refers to the extra effort and dedication that an employee puts into their work above and beyond what is required. It is the difference between the minimum level of work necessary to maintain a job and the maximum level of effort and enthusiasm an employee is willing to put in. Goodwill is entirely at the individual employee’s discretion and cannot be mandated or forced by an employer. It is often a result of an employee feeling invested and passionate about their work and is often seen as a critical driver of job satisfaction and productivity.

Here are eight rare types of employees who seem to outperform everyone else:

  1. Innovators
  2. Leaders
  3. Mavericks 
  4. Engineers
  5. Experts
  6. Target marketers 
  7. Elites
  8. Causes

Source: https://www.cnbc.com/2023/01/10/rarest-types-of-employees-and-why-they-outperform-everyone-else-according-to-career-expert.html

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