Starting a new job is always intimidating regardless of experience. First days can prove a mixture of anticipation, engagement, and disorientation. During your first number of weeks it is critical to make the right impression with your new employer and colleagues. New recruits should be aware that there are a number of steps you can take in order to create a seamless transition into your new role.
- Be Punctual – The first step in making a great impression is to arrive early. Planning your new route to work will help alleviate some of the stress associated with your first day and guarantee you are organised for your start day. New employees should aim to arrive to their new job ten to fifteen minutes early, this again will relieve some of the pressure of the day.
- Dress to Impress – Figuring out dress codes in a new organisation can prove difficult, many new starters may find it difficult to strike a balance between being over dressed and being under dressed. Clothes can play a big part in first impressions when meeting new people. As general rule new employees should aim to be slightly over dressed as opposed to being under dressed. However, if unsure it may be best to contact the HR department of your new employer, prior to your first day.Kindly click on the link below for more tipswww.recruitireland.com/careercentre/careeradvice/5-top-tips-for-starting-a-new-job-5457.html