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Michael Carvalho
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over 6 months ago

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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Rachel Heineman
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I got hired at a Kroger Starbucks and today is my second day behind the counter. I've been a Starbucks Barista since 2018 and the three stores i worked at have had to work with me on finding compromises and solutions to be able to do my job. Talking to my school teachers about accomodations is difficult but sometimes I feel like I'm using an excuse for a moment or four of awkward or sub-par performance. But the learning disabilities I have a serious impact on how I can work my best, effectively and correctly- and so my coworkers don't get that irritated with me. How do I even start this conversation? And with who and like just I have so much anxiety over this and my prior positions/roles in the stores, and I don't want to make excuses but I look really stupid if I don't explain. Any ideas? #newjob #disabilities #talkingtoboss

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well honey, what you have wrote sounds like you are articulate, well aware of how you fell and smarter then you think. i do not know what your disability is it would have been helpful in giving you guidance. you mention learning disabilities and your school teachers. if you are dyslexic, memory problems , social anxiety disorders or mild autism. there are special schools that can provide a better learning experience. have you ever been evaluated gone through test to find out 1 what would be the best job for you. 2 what implements can be used to empower you and aid you to overcome your disability. now that being said, your state has what is called in my state( mass) rehab all states have them they train, evaluate and have job placement from employers who only want to hire special needs, check that out. good luck take care

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I used to work for Kroger. I am a Type 1 diabetic that needs insulin or maybe food from 9am until 9pm. That's my life, & no ones fault. Like what Janice said, "don't be afraid to ask for help." Many employees will help. Others may have things going on in their own life. Others may just want to meet & understand your situation. They're happy to help. Have a good day tomorrow! Dean

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Rachel Heineman
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After an interview for a Kroger Starbuck that went very well (guaranteed job), I am struggling with anxiety and trust issues from my last job (AAFES Starbucks) and its toxic environment that seems to have affected me emotionally and physically. How do you feel comfortable working with people after being in an extremely toxic workplace and untrustworthy coworkers? #interview #newjob #toxicworkplace

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Janet Brady
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well there toxic jobs out there. you have to not go in a new job with past feeling of abuse. you could see a therapist to give you pointers, friends, family around you also help to build confidence again. self esteem really dose get affected with lock down and covid there is a feeling of isolation that still carries on after the gates are open.

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Anastasia Martinez
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You just have to work hard and keep going. You'll be appreciated for your efforts somewhere and I don't think it would hurt to let a coworker you trust know. Toxic work environments do ruin our perception of work sometimes but once you find a good place free from that, it'll be like having a work family. I'm so sorry that happened to you. I've had one toxic work environment in the past and it's so manipulative and scary.

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Ethan Henry
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over 6 months ago

Hi, I’m new here and I’m looking for a better paying job that requires me to be full time it can be either morning or midday shifts. My current job that I am at now is underpaying me & treating me like im not a team player. I work harder than I should especially for the position of the Job. I know what I am capable of & I’m open to any new jobs just need a little help getting pointed in the right direction for any supervising job paying better than $18/hr #interview #motivation #hiringevents #jobsearch #fulltimejobs #newjob #application #resume

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Brooklyn Mattison
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Yall remember how as kids adults used to tell us “it’s not what you say but how you say it”

Well baby. That applies to building your resume as well. 😭

Instead of saying, “I did” or “took care” of something, let’s leave that at the door & spice it up a bit. ✨

You: -Performed -Handled -Completed -Managed -Accomplished -Processed -Administrated

Change it up! Just cause it’s your resume doesn’t mean it has to be bland.

If you need help updating your resume, click the link in my bio and book you a free consultation today.

You got this!

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Caitlin Kenyon
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Here are 4 tips on how to succeed on your first day at a new job!

It’s all about showing genuine interest in your new teammates, company, and position 🙌 Don’t be afraid to introduce yourself, ask questions, and roll your sleeves up on day 1! 💪

You got this! Follow me on TikTok and Instagram (@yourstoryunwritten) and Jobcase for more #careeradvice 💫

#newjob #firstday #careercoach #jobsearch

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Caitlin Kenyon
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Relationship-building is such an important part of professional success, so this #interview question is important for employers to understand your strategies for building relationships at work!

Check out these tips for answering this interview question well 💫

You want to consider: 👉How you will integrate into the existing team as a new employee 👉How you maintain strong professional relationships over time (i.e. communication style, carrying your weight of work, offering assistance when coworkers need it!) 👉How you respectfully balance the way things have always been done vs. your fresh ideas and experience from other work places

Good luck 🙌 and follow me for more #careeradvice 💫

#jobsearch #jobinterview #interviewtips #interviewquestions #newjob

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These tips can help you ease into a new workplace much quicker! The full video is here

#newjob #firstday #careeradvice

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Cynthia Okonkwo
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Hello, Happy Holidays to everyone, and Merry Christmas Eve. I’m bringing this week’s post to you today since many will celebrate Christmas tomorrow. Know that my and my family’s hearts are with those who are finding this holiday season especially difficult. Read more at https://nnamtique.com/five-essential-points-to-remember-when-presenting-yourself-during-an-interview/ #advice #interview #tips #interviewtips #newjob

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