Work-Life 4/9/2015

Malakye Picks: Landed the Job - Are You Ready for the First Day?

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The 3P Plan To Starting A New Job Like An Insider (read it on
Why Read It? Because starting a new job or getting promoted can be stressful.

  • The onboarding process really sets the stage of how successful you will be.
  • During the start of being in a new role, your actions are especially important because people will make a judgement about your abilities and how you fit in immediately.
  • Establish a list of priorities with your boss and focus on them.
  • Adapting a way to manage your personal life and work is important to have success in your new position.

"With a newfound sense of purpose and armed with specific goals, the onboarding process for a new job can become an exciting growing experience to help us reach new professional heights."


Tips For a Stress-Free First Day On The Job (read it on
Why Read It? Because it's important to set yourself up to put your best foot forward.

  • If you haven't already met the team you'll be working with, arrange a day to meet them prior to your first day on the job.
  • Create a success plan that will help guide you through your first 90-days of your new job.
  • Have all of your bases covered.
  • Do your research and learn as much as you can about your boss before your first day.

"There is nothing like getting a head start on bonding with the team you'll stand shoulder to shoulder with in the trenches."

6 Mistakes People Make In The First Week At A New Job
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What's Expected of Me on the First Day of a New Job?
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