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The Best Practices for Starting a New Job

Between meeting people, being in a different environment, and learning about the company, starting a new job can be nerve wracking! Here are a few tips I’ve found helpful during my recent transition to a career with RMC

Take detailed notes: 

  • So much information will be pushed out that you need to know. If you’re like myself, it’s easy to forget details of programs, acronyms, best practices, etc.
  • Detailed notes make it easy to refer back after training when you’re really “starting” the job. You don’t want to ask the same questions over and over again, and your manager will appreciate not having to say something more than once!

Ask questions: 

  • If you receive training time, never let your manager/trainer glide over something if you don’t understand it fully. It’s ok to ask them to explain in depth – that’s what they’re there for!
  • Always ask if something is confusing, but make sure to research on your own, too. Things covered in training can be quick basics of programs and company practices, so it’s helpful to show initiative and be knowledgeable.

Learn about your team: 

  • Learn about their strengths and weaknesses, and where YOU fit into the team.
  • Also try and get to know them on a personal level. You will be spending a lot of time with these people, and it will be nice to talk about more than just work!

Ask for feedback: 

  • After your first week or two weeks, ask your manager for feedback. You don’t want to develop habits that may be detrimental to your work, so asking for feedback early on will increase productivity.
  • Your manager can tell you what things they like and don’t like about your current work, and give you tips for improvement.

Get involved: 

  • Make sure you are trying to partake in conversations or even social events. You don’t want to be seen as unapproachable – especially if you are shy (like myself) or don’t speak much when you don’t know people well (also like myself).
  • Learning the names of your new coworkers can be daunting and seem impossible. After being introduced to someone, say their name five times in your head – repetition helps!

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