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Do's & Don'ts of your First 3 Month at a New Job

Starting a new job can be a challenging experience, especially during the first three months. You want to make a great impression and learn as much as you can about your new role, but you also don't want to make any mistakes that could hurt your chances of success. To help you navigate your first three months at a new job, here are some dos and don'ts to keep in mind.


  1. Build relationships: Take the time to get to know your colleagues and build strong relationships with them. This will not only make your work more enjoyable but will also help you succeed in your role.

  2. Set goals: Take the time to set specific, measurable goals for yourself during your first three months. This will help you stay focused and motivated, and give you a clear sense of what you need to accomplish to be successful.

  3. Ask for feedback: Don't be afraid to ask for feedback from your colleagues and supervisor. This will help you identify areas for improvement and show that you're committed to doing a great job.

  4. Be adaptable: Be open to new ideas and ways of doing things. Your new company may have different processes or procedures than your previous job, and it's important to be adaptable and willing to learn.

  5. Be a team player: Show that you're a team player by being supportive, collaborative, and helpful to your colleagues. This will help you build strong relationships and establish yourself as a valuable member of the team.


  1. Don't be too hard on yourself: It's natural to make mistakes during your first three months, so don't be too hard on yourself. Instead, focus on learning from your mistakes and improving.

  2. Don't be afraid to ask questions: If you're unsure about something, don't be afraid to ask for clarification. It's better to ask questions than to make assumptions and potentially make a mistake.

  3. Don't overpromise: Be realistic about what you can accomplish during your first three months. Don't overpromise and underdeliver, as this can damage your credibility.

  4. Don't isolate yourself: Make an effort to socialize and get to know your colleagues. Isolating yourself can make it harder to succeed in your role and build strong relationships.

  5. Don't ignore company culture: Pay attention to the company's culture and values and make an effort to fit in. This will help you establish yourself as a valuable member of the team and contribute to the company's success.


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