Congrats on the new gig! Before you dive right in, be sure to follow these important tips to getting off on the right foot. Get to know Your Co-Workers: Now is not the time to be shy. If you are an introvert, now is the perfect opportunity to break out of your shell and introduce yourself to your co-workers. You can do something as simple as walking around and introducing yourself, and telling them a little bit about who you are. By getting to know your co-workers, you will start to build relationships that will help you gain a better understanding of your company and make you a well rounded individual at your company. In addition, you should also get to know your boss/supervisor. It will be an easier working relationship if you understand your supervisor's personality. Understand Your Job Responsibilities: While this may seem obvious, it's important to gain a full understanding of your job's responsibilities and expectations. Meet with your supervisor to get a better understanding of expectations and goals early on, so you can focus on generating milestones in your job. Ask Questions: Your supervisor and co-workers understand you will not know everything about the company or your job right away. Be sure to ask questions and seek help when you need it. This will also help you build trust among your new relationships. Get to Work: The first few months of a new job are critical to your success. While you don't have to work 60 hours a week just to prove your worth, it is important to demonstrate your work ethic to your company. Deliver high quality work, and keep track of your responsibilities. A new job can be both scary and exciting. Taking the time to ease yourself in correctly is essential for your success at the company.