The vast majority of those who read this blog (btw, thank you) will have had to go at least once a bad shot on the first day in a new job. After overcoming interviews, pass tests of all kinds and, above all, after spending many nerves, there is still one last litmus test that can influence your future within the company successfully overcome the first day.
Here are some tips that you may enter through the front door:
It arrives on time: It is important to arrive at the time that you have indicated. Typically , you cite an hour later when official entry in order to introduce you to everyone.
Do not try to stay with the names of all persons having you , it’s impossible. Try to remember the colleagues with whom you’ll have to work every day.
Take a look. Get yourself a notebook and a pen. Go scoring all the explanations that are important to the performance of your daily work. It is also important to remember details like where the photocopier, bathrooms, coffee machine, …
When in Rome do as the Romans do. Pay attention to how your colleagues behave, what internal rules and customs office are (if people go out to breakfast, if eaten in the office or out, how we should treat each,…)
Do not go smartass. The first few days the most important thing is to listen. Even if you think it’s better to do things differently, you must first know how to work with the company to review a solid foundation and not “screw up “.
Join a group is not easy. It is important to be nice, nice, nice to everyone and, above all, to act naturally. But be careful not to go to spend funny. Note that not everyone has the same sense of humor, so measure your jokes and ironies. Before jumping to conclusions try to talk to everyone to get to know those with whom you have more in common.
Shows at all times your willingness to learn. It is important to always keep a positive attitude that demonstrate your interest in the position and the company project.
Keep your private life apart. Do not forget that people still do not know you and will judge you by what you say or how to act.