নতুন চাকরি সঠিকভাবে শুরু করার ১০ টি উপায়

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একটি নতুন চাকরি, একটি নতুন দায়িত্ব, একটি নতুন পরিবেশ। একদিক থেকে এটা একটা নতুন শুরু! এই নতুন অভিজ্ঞতাটি গ্রহণ করার চেষ্টা করুন এবং এটি কে সর্বোত্তম করে তুলুন। এটি এখানে – আপনার নতুন কাজের প্রথম দিন! চিন্তা করবেন না, প্রথম দিনের উত্তেজনা স্বাভাবিক এবং প্রত্যাশিত! একটি নতুন দিয়ে শুরু করা – একটি বড় বিষয় এবং এটি হালকাভাবে নেওয়া উচিত নয়। এখানে কিছু টিপস রয়েছে যা আপনাকে এখনই কেবল সাফল্যের জন্য সেট আপ করবে না, তবে আপনার ক্যারিয়ারের বিকাশের সাথে সাথে আপনার সাফল্য চালিয়ে যাওয়ার জন্য সহায়ক।

It’s all in the preparation.

When you start a new job, it is important to be as well prepared as possible in advance so that you can have the best possible experience on your first day.

Get your thoughts in order by checking out the company’s website and educate yourself as much as you can before the meeting. While you are on the website, have a look at the “About Us” area. On occasion, businesses will list their staff in this section, allowing you to become acquainted with the people who will be working with you. You might also want to look out your company’s presence on social media in order to learn more about it.

Make sure you’re ready! Make it a goal to complete as much of your own personal preparation the night before. As tomorrow will be a busy day, you should prepare for it in advance however you can, whether that be by organizing your clothes, preparing your lunch, or even just getting to bed earlier.

Promptness

When you are adequately prepared, being prompt should come naturally because there is nothing that can possibly hold you down! It is my hope that by performing these activities, you will develop habits, and that you will be able to make it a priority to be on time for meetings, workdays, and chores related to your career.

Also, bear in mind that employers really want to be able to rely on their employees; being punctual and not having to be reminded of things or turning up late is a significant part of being able to do so successfully.

Keep an open mind for new information.

Be willing to learn new things and make an effort to retain as much information as you can by keeping an open mind during training. Additionally, make an effort to remember this information, and as a general rule, I advise writing things down. Always keep in mind that your education will never be complete. This presents an excellent opportunity for you to increase the breadth and depth of your skill set by gaining new knowledge.

Find a method of organization that is effective for you and use that.

It is essential to maintain order in order to perform tasks in the most effective manner. This could involve organizing notes, files, deadlines, and even establishing reminders for yourself. If you are having trouble staying organized at work, one option is to inquire about the organizational practices of your manager or a colleague.

Personally, I like to set up the most of my organization in my Outlook calendar, and I also like to keep a running list of things that I need to get done.

Get out of your comfort zone and try something new!

Although this may come naturally to some people, for others, stepping outside of their comfort zone is an ongoing challenge. It is strange to consider, yet right now will be the time when it will be easiest for you to step outside of your comfort zone. There is a good chance that no one at this new company knows you very well at all. Even while isolating oneself from other people might seem like the most convenient option, you shouldn’t do so.

You can get to know your coworkers better by doing some or all of the following:

  • Take your lunch break in the breakroom, and make an effort to get to know your coworkers as people in addition to their professional roles.
  • Attend the cocktail hour or coffee chat, both of which are optional.
  • Register for a volunteer opportunity that is open to the entire workplace.

Ask Questions

I am aware of what it is you are considering. Since I was employed by the company to fill this capacity, you should expect that I am familiar with how to perform the job. Put an end to that ridiculous train of thought right now. Yes, you should have a general understanding of how to complete the work, but there is no way you should be able to complete the entire job without having questions answered.

If you are too hesitant to pose the question in front of the whole group, ask your manager or a coworker in a one-on-one setting instead. (But if you are doubting something, there is a good chance that someone else on your team is as well!)

Try not to jump to conclusions.

It can be difficult to let your guard down when you are meeting new people and being the “new” person. As a result, you may make assumptions about the people you are meeting. Please explain what I mean by this.

Take, for instance, the scenario in which you asked a coworker through email for something, and it has been a week since you sent the message, but they have not yet responded… You begin to entertain the idea that perhaps they are ignoring you because you are a newcomer… They are unable to check their emails since they are dealing with something really important right now.

I will caution you not to jump to conclusions or form opinions in your head before you have enough information to properly assess the situation.

Maintain a Receptive Attitude Towards Feedback.

Some individuals are able to take criticism quite well, while others are not. Just keep in mind that being open to criticism at an early stage will make you a far more valuable part of the team for the duration of your time there.

If for any reason you are not receiving feedback, you should inquire about receiving feedback from your boss. This will also demonstrate that you have a lot of initiative in the function that you are in.

Make an effort to be the best version of who you are.

A new place of employment, a new position, and a new company all await you. This might be viewed as a new beginning in some respects! Make an effort to fully engage with this novel experience and make it the very best it can possibly be. It’s possible that your prior job was highly demanding and overwhelming. It’s also possible that you didn’t feel like you were treated fairly by your previous employer. Remember that everything that happened before is now in the past. Take some time to appreciate this new season of change, and do your best not to allow the past distract you from the present.

Set Boundaries

When I started my first job that required me to work full-time, I was offered this piece of advice, and to this day, I am so glad that I heeded it. Some limits that you can begin to establish right now include the following:

  • Be familiar with standard business hours and expectations, as well as the times during which you are willing to work.
  • After-hours abstinence from checking your work email.
  • Stepping away from one’s work and taking some time off.

Although to some people these may appear extreme, we believe that by following this advice you will be able to keep a healthy balance between your professional and personal life and avoid burnout.

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