Same is the case with good employees. If a man has the merits employers seek, he may fail to satisfy a typical interviewer and yet be able to get the job. On the other, the poor guys with confused minds may accidentally perform well, get the job letter and end up being fired the next week. While a good employee is seeking a job, a good job is also waiting for one at the same time.
I've often found people confused and puzzled about the magic formula that makes somebody easily get their dream job and keep going cool. Here, I'm going to share the alchemy of a being in the good books of your favorite employer. Employers usually have different choices and demands according to the specific roles that you're supposed to play, yet the values discussed below are more or less universal merits of a good employee.