Just landed an amazing new job? Congrats!
While we'd love to toast you with a virtual glass of celebratory champagne, we'll give you the next best thing: A round-up of great articles that will make sure you start that new gig with everything you need to succeed.
From getting prepared before your first day to making a great impression and fighting those new-kid jitters, read on for great on-the-job advice.
Just landed a great new gig? After you celebrate (obviously), put these five action items on your to-do list.
There’s nothing more nerve-wracking than a job interview—until, of course, you’ve actually landed the job and you’re headed to your first day of work. Not to worry: We’ve got your guide to making a great first impression.
If you’re panicking about heading to your new office this week, we’ve gathered four ways to conquer your nerves and take your new experiences in stride.
With these key rules, you can get comfortable, get up to speed quickly, and get off on the right foot with your new boss.
When you’re starting a new job, you don’t always get the ample training and step-by-step manual you might hope for. So, how can you survive—and more importantly, succeed—without getting overwhelmed? We’ll show you how.
From the Snack Guy to the Office Older Sibling—your work life will be much, much easier with these officemates on your side.
You’re in the elevator, and the CEO skates between closing doors to join you for a 30-floor ride. Yikes. But don’t panic—just try one of these simple conversation starters.
Feel like you have to give up on vacation because of your new gig? We've tackled common questions about asking for time off as a new employee.
When you start a new job, don't forget about your old one! Your former boss and colleagues can be a great resource for the future.
Striving toward these four goals in your first year on the job will impress your boss and go a long way to set you up for long-term success. And guess what? They’re not about just doing your job.
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