The first day of a new job is exciting and scary at once. With that kind of pressure, it can be easy to make a mistake on the first day that can tarnish all the hard work you put in to land the job in the first place. Whether you are looking to work on a long term project with the company or be hired on full time, here are our tips to ensuring success on your first day, and making a lasting impression.
One of the biggest advantages to working with a recruiter is the ability to bypass the automated system and frequently gain exposure to unadvertised opportunities. Similarly your recruiter will have valuable insights about the companies you are applying to and will act as your personal advocate for the position.
While working for prolonged period of time in cold or freezing temperatures you increase your risk of hypothermia, trench foot, and frost bite. These are serious health problems that can be easily avoided when you take the proper precautions. Should you be affected by cold weather while working, seek warm shelter immediately and call for help.
Phone interviews are becoming increasingly popular in today’s job market. Often times this phone call is used by recruiters to get to know an applicant and determine if they are a right fit for the company before bringing them into the office. This is a great opportunity for you, the job seeker, to showcase your strengths and personality without having the added pressure of meeting your interviewer face to face.