7 Tips to Ace at Your New Job, on a WFH Schedule

Work From Home schedule might hinder interactions with the new workplace, yet here is how to Ace at Your New Job

Have you recently joined a new workplace and obviously it is a work-from-home schedule? Have you been finding it difficult to communicate well with everyone and wondering how can you ace your new job at WFH Schedule? Well, we are here at your rescue. It is not like your employer doesn’t understand that that work from home is difficult to condition, but the pandemic has put us all in this situation and you have to ace it in this situation itself. Here are the tips for you to ace at your new job, with a WFH Schedule.

Tips to Ace at Your New Job, with a WFH Schedule

Tips to Ace at Your New Job
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1. Introduce Yourself as the best you can

The worst problem with work from home is that you don’t meet your fellow employees casually. You don’t get a chance to just casually interact with them and introduce yourself. You only get to talk to them for work-related queries. And while your employer may know you because of the interview sessions they had with you, your team will not. So, you have to steal opportunities to introduce yourself. Perhaps the casual introductory meeting with you will be very crucial for you. Try to calmly and creatively introduce yourself there and at every incident, you get further, too.

2. Understand the work culture and the hierarchies

If you are working in a small start-up, then you perhaps will have a small team and it won’t be very difficult for you to actually understand the work culture. But, if you are working in a company that is very well organized and have multiple departments, in those companies, it is very important to understand which department does what and what is the workflow. You need to know what is your work, whom you are accountable to, and how your work is traveling through other departments.

3. Draft your Questions

And while you understand your workplace, you will definitely start getting questions. There will be a few things you won’t be understanding, few things you will be needing approvals and permissions for which you would just want validation. And for all of that, you would be needing to ask questions. While a lot of questions may annoy your office fellows, well-timed questions will be just the best for you. In fact, asking questions will also improve your understanding of your work too.

Tips to Ace at Your New Job
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4. Understand the goals of the company and try to add value

Do you think that you are employed to work only? Well, yes, that you have to do but the larger consequence of it would be that you will be contributing towards meeting the goals of the company. No matter how big or small a position you hold, you are important for that goal. So, make sure understand that goal properly. And once you understand the goal, try to add more and more value to that goal.

5. Try to Identify a work buddy

Well, this would be the most difficult with work from home but if you get some work buddy, things will become much easier for you. This work buddy can really be your guide for all the queries you have and you would be able to share what you feel with this work buddy.

6. Set targets for yourself with your team

When you are new, there can be chances that you will not get a lot of work, all at once. But you need to identify opportunities for yourself to get the work. Don’t hesitate for asking in the team meetings, what’s there for you? Try to volunteer for the work you can do.

7. Set review sessions

Keep a target to set review sessions with your employer. In the first month, you will take it for understanding the work culture. It would only be the second month when you will be able to work efficiently. Then perhaps by the end of the second month, request a review session with your employer. This will help you and them in understanding what’s working and what’s not working and help you in channelizing what’s needed.

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Ishika Aggarwal

Can write, shoot, listen, talk and procrastinate. A feminist at heart, Ishika is an avid writer and multimedia person who loves talking about women, realism, and society. When not working she is either seen watching films or making one.
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