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Presents simple information regarding the way to prevail within the office, with tips about becoming into the task, worker rights, and problem-resolving abilities.

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Why? We all learn from mistakes, and as the new person in the office, it’s almost expected that you’ll make them. Your First Day 25 George Bernard Shaw (Corbis) A life spent in making mistakes is not only more honorable but more useful than a life spent doing nothing. —George Bernard Shaw, Irish playwright 26 Learning the Ropes Many of your first-day fears are completely natural and completely expected. Also, they are a vital part of learning the ropes at your new workplace. As for the fear of getting fired on your first day, you would have to work pretty hard to mess up that horribly.

As soon as you start a new job, be sure to learn the written and unwritten rules of the business. Showing up to work on time is one of the most important rules of the workplace. If you have a question or complaint, be sure to take it up with your immediate superior. Schedules are created to give your workday order and purpose. Coworkers may gossip, form cliques, or engage in other forms of office politics. This behavior should be carefully avoided, especially as a new employee. 57 8 LEARNING TO GO THE EXTRA MILE A good employee is willing to go the extra mile, putting in extra effort to get the job done.

Dress no more casually than your managers and other coworkers. 41 6 REALISTIC EXPECTATIONS W hat do you expect from a good job? A hefty paycheck? A challenging workload? A full schedule? Overtime? These are some of the more obvious things you might expect from life in the workplace. What you may not think of at first are the things that make your job a nice place to be. FAIRNESS You should be treated fairly. You should be given an appropriate amount of work for your position, not every responsibility in the place.

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