How new hires can stand out

Lesotho Times - - Jobs -

YOU want to make a splash at your first job and set your path to suc­cess. To that end, you want to fil­ter through the count­less pieces of ad­vice out there and get the re­ally good nuggets of wis­dom to help you suc­ceed.

Be­low, ex­perts give their sin­gle best pieces of ad­vice for a re­cent grad­u­ate START­ING IN THEIR FIRST JOB.

process or bet­ter serv­ing cus­tomers.” Roy Co­hen, ca­reer coach and au­thor of “The Wall Street Pro­fes­sional’s Sur­vival Guide”. He con­tin­ues: “No one likes work­ing with a ‘brown nose’. The best way to dis­tin­guish your­self is to work hard, stay late, don’t com­plain and spend time with key de­ci­sion mak­ers.”

CA­REERS are built on net­work­ing with the boss and co-work­ers.

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