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Here Are Some Tips On How To Start Your First Day At Your New Job

HOW TO – Whether you’re a new graduate or just found a new job after leaving your last job, you would need to adjust to a new environment.

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For some people, meeting new coworkers and dealing with the new environment could be difficult. Starting conversations, establishing a friendly vibe or building new relationships from scratch are some of the new challenges you would have to look forward too.

If you’re too shy to come up to your new coworkers, try and talk to random people and practice your social skills there.

And if you feel like you’re ready has already built up the confidence, here are some tips to properly start your first day at the office:


Although, listening is important during your first day at the office, asking questions are also appreciated as you need to showcase your curiosity and willingness to learn. It’s a good thing to prepare questions that you find important and ask.


As most of your coworkers would probably ask about your past status and what your new role in the firm is, you should prepare a short introduction of yourself for these situations.


Try your best to show up at least 15 minutes before your actual work schedule. If you’re not familiar with the commute, try and familiarize with it a couple times ahead.


People would really notice if you’re too tensed. Try to relax a little, if you’re anxious, remember not everyone there is looking at you all the time and focus on your work to be more productive.


Smiling is a good indication that you’re a nice person and you’re fun to be with. So don’t forget to smile and enjoy your day.

These are based on an article from Business Insider.

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