Arriving on time, or even a little early, confirms that you are adept at organising your own time, that you value the opportunity, and you are considerate of your co-workers.
Rather than completing a job incorrectly because you feel as though you should know, check that you are heading in the right direction according to the company way of doing things. No one expects you to know everything.
There’s a lot to take in on the first day, including unique company acronyms, team member names and regular meeting times. Develop an initial system of keeping track to include a map of where people sit, their names and positions. It will impress!
Invite co-workers to lunch, giving you the chance to quickly grasp the company culture as well as building rapport with colleagues. It will make you feel comfortable quicker and characterise you as a team player.
It’s often tempting to make sure other team members know that you’re competent enough to be there by highlighting all that you know straight away. It’s better, however, to be mindful to other team members approaches and achievements, sharing your knowledge without forcing it.
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