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created Oct 21st 2019, 05:20 by Subodh Khare



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Congratulations on your new job. You have put in the hard work it takes to get to this point and that deserves  point an a celebration. But, there is a lot of uncertainty that comes with a new job.You will encounter new people, a new environment and a new set of responsibilities. To set you up for success, here are some tips to guide you through the first week of your job. Introduce yourself. Studies have shown that anxiety in new situations can come in part from not feeling confident in how to introduce ourselves. It is a natural feeling that when you are new, you do not necessarily want to call attention to yourself. But in the first days of a new job, you want your enthusiasm to shine through.so, find the timing that feels right and give a quick, energetic introduction to the people you do not know yet. If meeting new people is particularly important to you, you can enlist the help of others. Mention to your manager that introducing yourself is a priority for you and ask for a list of people you should get to know.  In meetings, you could ask the organizer to give you some time at the beginning or end to introduce yourself. Ask well-timed questions. Research has shown that new employees perform better when they ask more questions. By asking your leader and peers for new information, you will get up to speed quickly. But in your first week, you want to find the right time to ask questions. Here are some guidelines for how and when to ask. Think about what you want to know. In some cases, you may need permission, while at other times you may need advice or validation If you get specific you will be better able to ask and less likely to waste time. Prioritize the information you need.For example, if you cannot get your computer or access badge to work, that is something you need help with immediately. If you are not clear on the quarterly goals for your team, you can probably wait to talk with your manager about thy over the coming weeks. Seek out a friend in your office. Once you have made some introductions and have a sense of who you will be working with, ask a fellow employee to have lunch or coffee with you. Developing a a trusted relationship will make you feel more comfortable as you are getting to know this new workplace. In fact, research has shown that having social ties at work can make us more Productive. During this first week, you may not find your best friend or develop a deep relationship with anyone.  
But seeking out someone you can relate to will Provide the needed  stability. Learn how to navigate and enjoy your new workplace. Locate the restrooms, the toffee and water, the stairs and elevators, where you can eat lunch and take breaks. Also, seek out any other amenities that your workplace offers.  

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