Once you have finally gone through the unemployment hurdles and secured that dream job that is going to change your life, you ought to understand what an employer expects from you in your 1st days at work.
Most people tend to relax or be anxious upon the next step they are taking because the nature of the new environment and what they have been going through their experiences at their last job locations. This is always because of fear, facing with a set totally different people with different character traits.
However, this natural and it happens to almost everyone who 1st handedly gets a new job in a new company with fresh new working conditions.
Irrespective of these fears, employers always know about them but they are some certain things they always expect from you the 1st time they give you that job. Even before a lot of workload is dumped onto your desk.
Today we dissect some of those key things employers always expect from newly recruited employees in their 1st of employment.
Employers are always hinged onto how you connect and socialize with your team members you found at the new work place. They want to understand your communication skills in both verbal and non-verbal ways.
This intern informs them about your level of maturity and professionalism. However tight work can be, keeping a good working environment and relationship with your workmates matters most in most cases. It is with them that most challenging work is completed and submitted on time.
The rate at which you react to certain submissions and tasks upon request is very important to the employer. It informs him about your flexibility and adds a plus upon your stay at the organization.
Being alert and updated always is what makes someone highly responsive in decision making and getting to know what the organization is all about and its structures.
Keeping time is also a key; employers always watch closely and expect you to be time conscious both on reporting to work and on deadlines for submission of work/reports. If you are able to deliver all the assigned tasks on the proper scheduled time then it is a yes to the employer and most probably to will earn yourself a more stay at that workplace.
Producing work expected from you even without close supervision by then immediate boss is a good trait that employers are always looking for in an employer in the 1st. Have the capacity and confidence to deliver, and as well an open mind to learn from the people found at the organization.