How To Survive The First Day At Any Job

If you found a new job, congratulations! But being the newbie is rough. You get teased. Your boss thinks you know nothing. You probably won’t make any new friends for a week. Unless you’re outgoing and attractive — that’s a different story. But if you’re reading, I’m guessing you need the advice.

There are a few crucial items you’ll need to bring along with you to your first day at work. Never forget loose change. You don’t want to be found standing in front of a vending machine rummaging through your pockets or purse for coins. Wake up early and make yourself something to eat — it’ll help you think better. Put on your smartest attire. Check the weather forecast — you wouldn’t want to be stuck in the rain without an umbrella.

Leave for work early. This is especially true if you rely on public transport. You dont want to be late for your first day of work. Read through this infograph by Chair Office more recommendations.

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Comments (3)
  • MrX

    Whatever work place this person is going to, it must be working with infants or something. Bring whatever you want for lunch. Be nice to people, realise that you don’t know everything and don’t be a Dick. That is all the advice a person needs. Anyone heard of common sense?

  • Paul

    15:00PM? You don’t need PM if you are using 24h time…

    • Boss

      Don’t underestimate the power of low-IQs in large groups!

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