5 Ways to Create an Impression on your First Day at Workplace

“The first impression is the last impression”; although there are many places where this quote is not applicable, no one can deny the fact that this stands true for your new workplace. Your new co-workers and colleagues perceive the “type” of person you are based on initial impressions. These judgments can turn into long-term perceptions and affect your career in the organization. Here are 5 ways in which you can create an impression on your first day in the workplace.

Be punctual

The most important tip for freshers is to arrive early and finish your task within the stipulated time. Being punctual at the workplace highlights your organizing capability and eagerness to work. This also shows that you take your deadlines seriously. Be a good team player; if someone in the team is struggling to finish his or her work, you can be flexible and stay a little late to help your team members.

Be Positive

Staying positive in a workplace can have a huge impact on your career. Be energetic, enthusiastic, and friendly with everyone you come in contact with. It is always better to get acquainted with coworkers as this not only results in better work ethics but creates a favorable environment to meet the deadline timely. Be a good work buddy and lend a helping hand.

Show dedication

If coming early is not making the mark, and then take initiatives to prove your dedication in the workplace. It is always advised to be proactive; go to your seniors and ask them if you can help in any project. This not only shows your enthusiasm about your workplace, but also gives a positive impression.

Seek help

Showing competence is always appreciated, but you cannot know everything. Seek help from others instead of doing the job incorrectly.

Be strict with your fashion choice

Make sure to be well groomed, check for the wrinkles in your shirt and get it fixed, follow a neat and clean look and follow your company’s strict dress code.

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