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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

    Injury claim in Kilmarnock

    Have you started a new job? Are you facing challenges?

    How to cope with new challenges at work and make an injury claim

    One of the things that can make a job so much more exciting and interesting is when you find it challenging and have to take on new tasks every day. If you are doing the same thing day in day out, even if you love what you are doing, there is the possibility that you will quickly become bored with what you are doing, and simply stop trying quite so hard.

    Even worse, your job can start to seem like nothing more than a trial, making it impossible for you to look forward to any day at work. Here are some ways to cope with new challenges at work, so that you continue to enjoy your job but don’t find it too frustrating.

    • Know what you are doing. A new challenge can be fun and exciting, but only if you take the time to really learn what you are supposed to be doing, so that you can be sure that you are doing it right. There is nothing more frustrating than completing a project only to find out that you haven’t gotten it right at all.
    • Work with someone else. Not only does working with someone else make things all the more interesting, it can help you to be sure that you are doing the right thing, and ease some of the pressure. If your boss sets you a project, ask them if you can work closely with another person, so that you can rise to the challenge a little better.
    • Find out everything you can about the project. Don’t just do as you are told because you have been told to do it, ask questions to find out why you have been told to do these things, and what the end goal is. You will work so much better towards a goal than you will just doing each task as it is set.
    • Enjoy it. Try to make every project a personal challenge, and something that you can enjoy in itself rather than something you have to do to get paid.

    Making any injury claim in Kilmarnock

    You should think carefully before making any injury claim in Kilmarnock, so that you can be sure that this is the right thing for you to do. You should understand that your employer is likely to be quite upset if you do decide to make an injury claim in Kilmarnock, but weigh this against how helpful the compensation will be to you, due to your injuries or illness.

    Call Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 if you have decided that you want to make an injury claim in Kilmarnock, and we will fight for your compensation.

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    Date Published: 1st November 2014

    Author: David Brown

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