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Michael Carvalho
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Owner of Fabriclean Inc.

Once you've landed a job, the hard work isn't over. Adjusting to a new workplace can feel overwhelming, between meeting colleagues, learning about the company and getting into a routine in your role. But being a new hire doesn't have to be so stressful, writes Fast Company. To help set yourself up for success in the first month of a new position, here are four strategies:

• Learn your manager's expectations and establish how success will be measured.

• Establish good habits early, such as forming an organization system.

• Build relationships with your co-workers and create a positive reputation.

• Learn as much as you can about the company to ease your transition.

Take Time to Appreciate the New Beginning! #hired #Newjob

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Peter Uche Mogbolu
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I've been in construction of so many facilities and plants. Relocation, relating sn't that problem, but some person's attitude towards work is what matters.

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Janice Reed
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New start can bring lots of uncertainty and anxiety. Thanks for sharing these concrete steps and keep us on track.

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