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5 tips for keeping your new job

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There are many tips for keeping your new job and maintaining a professional image - here are a few...

There are many tips for keeping your new job and maintaining a professional image - here are a few...

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  • 1. 5 Tips For Keeping Your New Job Original article by RedStarResume
  • 2. Congratulations on securing your new job! You have been selected over the other job applicants because of all the wonderful factors that made you the best fit.
  • 3. There are many tips for keeping your new job and maintaining a professional image - Here are a few...
  • 4. 1. Understand Your Role & Expectations
  • 5. You may feel as though you are doing a fantastic job, but if your expectations differ from those of your manager or boss, there is going to be conflict. Have a good understanding of what is expected of you.
  • 6. If you feel that the expectations are unrealistic, then you need to approach your boss and explain the situation. One of the most important aspects of maintaining a professional image is being a good team player and contributing fairly to the team objectives. No one likes a colleague who does not do their fair share of the work.
  • 7. 2. Expand Your Role & Keep Learning
  • 8. Be a team player and look to get involved in more areas of the business. Be willing to share your expertise, but also be willing to learn new skills.
  • 9. If your company offers training courses, put your hand up to get involved. If your company doesn’t offer training courses, you can still take the initiative and invest in your own growth and knowledge by paying for these courses yourself.
  • 10. 3. Develop Positive Relationships
  • 11. With all of the time we spend at work, it’s important to develop positive relationships with all of our co-workers, managers, and bosses. Good relationships are based on trust. Keep commitments. If you promise something, make sure you deliver on time.
  • 12. However, if you find yourself in a situation where something has changed and you cannot keep that commitment, be honest, and communicate. Honest communication is the key to building a long-lasting relationship.
  • 13. 4. Be Visible
  • 14. Leaving early every day and not attending social gatherings is definitely not the right way to maintain a professional image. Being visible is part of being a good team player.
  • 15. This does not mean you have to be best friends with every person you work with, but there is no need to isolate yourself either.
  • 16. 5. Ask For Feedback And Learn From Your Boss
  • 17. Do not be afraid to ask for feedback. In order to grow and improve ourselves, we need feedback on how we are performing in our jobs. Positive feedback is always fantastic, however don’t be put down by negative feedback and certainly do not hold grudges. Learn from your mistakes and strive to do better going forward.
  • 18. Read The Original Article! We hope you enjoyed this presentation! Click here to read the original article by RedStarResume on CAREEREALISM.com.