One of the most effective ways of getting people to respect you at work is by respecting them. It is really important to understand that respect is a two-way street and that people will treat you as you treat them. If you have a problem with someone or something they did, do not start bad-mouthing on face or behind their back. Address the issue by confronting that person and discussing it in a respectable manner. Do not argue with your colleagues unnecessarily. If you disagree with something they say, wait for your turn to speak and then politely deliver your point of view.
If you want others to respect you, you must first respect yourself. Do not be afraid to speak out your mind and express your true feelings. Take a stand for your beliefs so that others. Always wear nice and clean clothes to work instead of dressing up shabbily, looking like you spent the night in the streets. Pay a lot of attention to your personal hygiene. Take a shower every morning or before your shift. Remember to shave and wear a good cologne/perfume to work. Do not walk with slumped shoulders. Instead, keep yourself nice and straight.
Respect is strongly associated with trust. Always remember to keep your word. If you make a commitment to someone, stay true to it in order to be considered reliable. If you make a promise to someone, honour it to be considered trustworthy. If you were unable to keep a promise, communicate this to the person you made the promise to, though with a lot of grace so as to let them know that you are apologetic.
Conduct yourself professional at work and let your actions define the high standards that you have set up. Become an inspiration for the people around you at work.
If you see a colleague in need of help, lend them a hand. Never desert them at a time when they are really desperate. Do whatever you can for them and in case there is nothing you can do for them, lend them your support.