Important Things to Do After Accepting a New Job

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After you take some time to celebrate your new job, add these five important items to your list.

Make a Great First Impression

There are few things that are scarier than a job interview, unless you’ve actually obtained the position and are off to your first day on the job. Luckily, we’ve got your full guide to making an awesome first impression.

Easy Ways to Ease New Job Anxiety

If you’ve been worried about heading in to your brand new office, we’ve gathered up four easy ways to get your anxiety under control so that you can enjoy the new experiences.

Easy Guide to the First Week on the Job

Use these easy guidelines to get comfy, quickly adjust, and start off on the right foot in the new office space.

Sink or Swim Training is Difficult – How to Survive

As you start a new job, you may not get the manual, training, and step by step education that you’d like to have. How do you survive on the job, and even more importantly, succeed at the tasks sent your way? We’ll demonstrate.

Spend Time Getting to Know these People

Take time to get to know the people you work with- ranging from the guy who knows the best snacks to the office mentor – to make your work life flow more smoothly.

Stuck in the Elevator with the CEO? Try these easy conversation starters.

If you’re on the elevator and the CEO jumps in quickly for a numerous floor ride, it can be difficult to know just what to say. Don’t panic – instead, use one of our easy conversation starters to make a great impression.

The Right Way to Ask for Time Off

Don’t feel like you have to give up on vacation because you’re new to the job. Instead, learn about ways to ask for time off as a new employee.

Keep in touch with your previous workplace.

As you start a new job, don’t forget about your previous colleagues. They can be an important networking resource as you move on with your professional life.

Vital To Dos as You Start a New Job

As you work through your first year on the job, use these four goals to set yourself up for long term success and impress your boss and coworkers in the process. Even better, they’re not just about doing your job.

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