Magazine article Business Credit

Initial Months on the Job Crucial for Employees

Magazine article Business Credit

Initial Months on the Job Crucial for Employees

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If you recently started in a new credit position, chances are you probably spent the first few months adjusting to the work environment and staying current with issues impacting your role. But now that you've been on board for a while and are more familiar with your responsibilities, your priority should be to make a more significant contribution to your organization. Below are some tips to help you add value:

Continue To Ask Questions

Don't be afraid to seek clarification when you need more information. If s better to ask questions than run the risk of making a critical error due to a lack of knowledge. Also observe how top performers react in specific situations and follow their lead.

Maintain A Balanced Workload

While adding value often entails going above and beyond, don't overdo it. Avoid trying to impress your colleagues by taking on more projects than you can comfortably handle. Speak with your manager about expectations, and request a performance check-in so you can track your progress and get a better understanding of your priorities going forward. …

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