Many students and graduates are not sure about what to expect at their first job. This section will inform you about what you can expect and what is expected of you. As a new employee at your first job you need to prove yourself. You are given a job to do and you must show the employer that you can do the job and do it well. You need to be open to learning, produce good quality of work, show a keen interest in what you do and be focused. Make sure that your work is always aligned to the organizations objectives that means you also have to know what the organisation's objectives are and how the work you do contributes to the bigger picture.
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Workplace dynamics have drastically changed recently. The most prominent change being, once unimaginable, the shift of employees from being mostly on-site to working from home. The coronavirus COVID pandemic continues to severely affect public health and cause havoc to economies and labor markets. According to the report by Guardian , the number of people who lost their job crossed 40 million. Even though the claims of unemployment claims have slowed, millions have filed for unemployment every passing week which brings the total number of unemployed to a record low rate since the Great Depression. In cohesion with the World Health Organization WHO guidelines, many steps have been taken worldwide to contain the spread of the virus. Governments measures increased as the pandemic evolved and ranged from physical distancing, restricting free movement, and the closure of non-essential companies, to the complete lockdown of cities in different parts of the world. Japanese leaders used digitization as a means to reduce the virus spread and promote a safe recovery.
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Most of us used to end our workday by hopping into a car or bus and heading home. Doing so was a mental signal that we were moving from our work world to our home world. In this situation, it can be tempting to work excessively — especially in high demand roles or if we are living alone. Many Cornell employees are telling our offices about how odd time feels right now — noting an inability to remember what they did the day prior, weeks that feel like months, and days that are over in a blink. If you are struggling to adjust to a new routine — either because of the logistical differences or other worries and stressors you are facing, there may be simple things you can do to feel better.
Are we actively participating in creating a better future? Here are 7 dimensions to help navigate the Future of Work. In this article I will not be referencing any quotes or statistics. Nor will I be sharing stories about robots or fantasy futures. The radical disruption of work—as a catalyst for and as a result of change—has profound systemic and social implications.