Your first day in a new job is like the first day at school; you're not quite sure where to go, what to do and who to talk to.
No newcomer is bigger than a happy and efficient team, even if you came in with top billing and a salary to match.
It is important to not only read but understand every detail listed within your terms of employment. This is the one document that can shape your career and it’s essential to keep all facts in line with your expectations.
Your first day at work is like your first day at school, but instead of a brand new pencil case you might have a shiny new briefcase.
If you've never had a job before, it can be quite a shock to the system getting to know what you're supposed to do and how you're supposed to act.
When you start a new job, you have to get to grips with your computer and make sure it works to your advantage.
Your employee handbook will contain lots of information about your workplace, but there are some rules you won’t find in there.
If you’re starting a new job, sooner or later you’re going to have to get to know the way your new boss likes to work.
Getting to know your new team early on in a new job will make the rest of your time there much easier. Here’s how to get integrated.
You have a choice: do you ignore office politics, or do you learn how to play the game and use it to your personal advantage?