5. Try Harder Than The Rest
This is one of the most important aspects to consider. As a newbie, it is your duty to make a good first impression: you do not need to struggle to the point where your send off the wrong message and look fake, but you do need to make an extra effort. You want your colleagues to remember you as the hard worker, the “resource” that is indispensable to the organization. Also, accept new assignments even if the duties are not included in your job responsibilities: you will not only make a good impression, but you will also learn more about other aspects of your job!
6. Understand And Respect The Corporate Culture
The corporate culture refers to the dress code and the general set of rules all employees respect. It is crucial to be punctual: as a matter of fact, it is highly recommended to reach the office 5 to 10 minutes earlier than you are supposed to. Also, avoid dressing too casually and avoid being overdressed at the same time.
7. Be A Good Observer
There is no better way to blend in and to adapt to your new job requirements than by simply observing the personal and professional relationships around you. Analyze others discretely, see how they interact, see how successful business people approach different matters and solve them. Find a mentor who is willing to take you under his wing and help you succeed. Find your values and your strong points and then use them in your best interest!
8. Be Flexible
Last, but not least, it is important to be flexible and willing to help. If a colleague asks for your help, give it to him and avoid saying that it is not part of your job duties. Even if you come across business processes that are unfamiliar to you, keep an open mind and be willing to adapt. Do not try to do things your way and be open to suggestions: remember that your colleagues have been around for a longer period of time, so you might want to look to them for inspiration.