Student Success Centre

Starting a New Job

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Everyone wants to be successful at work. A positive attitude, good work ethic, strong communication skills, and a willingness to contribute to the common goals of the organization go a long way to making you a valuable member of the team.

Treating others as you like to be treated, understanding how to communicate with management, and going “above and beyond” basic expectations will give you a definite advantage.

While it is often uncomfortable starting a new job, taking time to get to know people and to understand the culture of your workplace will get you off to a good start on a successful career.

How do you define success? Most of us want to:

Succeeding on the job depends on you and the culture of your workplace. Give it time to examine the fit.