A new job can be associated with a lot of dizzying opportunities and hopes. However, a job change is always exciting, no matter how many times you change it — the first or the tenth. You will certainly face unforeseen situations and the need to adapt to the features of the new company.
When you come to a new job, you at least know your schedule, are familiar with the boss, and have an idea of the rules of universal office etiquette. Most likely, you have also been given a General outline of the work you will be doing.
However, you will only learn the subtleties of everyday activities — which colleagues you will interact closely with, what style of communication is accepted in the company, what procedures you need to follow — during the first days of work. Continue reading
According to the wonderful author Bernard Marr, honest and thoughtful answers to these simple questions will help you understand your own goals and boost your career in the coming year.
1 are you satisfied with your work?
Are you happy? Be honest with yourself. If the answer is “Yes” – cool! Keep doing what you’re doing.
If you can’t answer ” Yes ” with 100 percent certainty, think about what you need to change in your current position to get as close to satisfaction and professional happiness as possible. Continue reading