The first day of at a new place or new job is always an experience to be remembered. There’s that unique mix of nervousness and excitement, and the mild-to-moderate chafing you get from wearing those new clothes to the entire workload and meeting new people on the first day of te new job.
Here are 12 things which you’ll always have to go through on the first day of a new job!
1.You’ll probably get the oldest system that’s there in the office
You are going to get the oldest and the worst system that presents in the office because all the good ones are already occupied by the people who are already working there or your seniors. The parts of the job that require Windows, anyways. And! It comes with a disgusting keyboard, of course.
2.You get the tour of the of the place.
You are always going to get a tour of your new workplace basically because of two reasons; first to show you where the washroom is and the other to let you know where the photocopy machine and the other important stuff that you may need are.
3.You’re introduced to the people working there or your now colleagues
And you’ll meet everyone. People you’re going to be working with, the one you won’t be working with. People you will never see again. You’ll meet the surly IT guy, and the lady with too many plants on her desk, and the person who is way more attractive than everyone else in the office and kind of knows it.
4.You’re given the work that you can mostly do
Obviously, we all lie a bit on our resume or in the interview but sometimes this can be a problem for us. You’ll surely be given some work which you don’t know how to do or you know only a little about it.
5.Someone will train you but obviously half-heartedly
Who likes to leave their work and train the new person and then do their work, nobody, right? This is the part of the job that they almost certainly hate; they’re the only one in the office who knows it well enough to train people. Which means your training will be simmering with inexplicable tension, incomplete and fast.