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Pathway to Success
Transcript of Pathway to Success
Why are we here?
Help you be able to get and keep a job.
In most employment, the first 3-6 months function as a probationary period for the employee.
40%+ of all employee turnover happens in the first 6 months after hire.
This is a crucial time to make a good impression and to know how best to handle yourself on the job.
How to keep your job (10 tips)
Work quickly and do the job right
Listen to and get along with supervisor
Be there and on-time, everyday
Get along with your coworkers
Take care of yourself and dress the part
Be eager and willing
Keep business tech for business and personal phones on personal time
Stay drug and alcohol free
Follow safety rules and take responsibility for failures
check for understanding
Why should you not use a cell phone at work?
Why is it important to know your company policies?
What happens when you do not come to work on time?
What happens when you don’t show up to work?
Crush Your First 6 Months on the Job
Daniel Shapero, LinkedIn
Be at work on time.
Follow the expected work schedule.
Know what duties you should be performing.
Don’t miss work.
Call if you will be absent or late.
Show that you have the skills.
Strive to improve your skills.
Seek ways to learn new skills.
Know company policies.
Work quickly but carefully.
Be willing to take on additional responsibilities.
Stay away from problem employees.
Keep personal activities and problems at home.
Keep socializing on the job to a minimum.
Manage children and other family members.
Do not use cell phones for calls or text during work hours.
1. Over deliver on your core responsibilities.
4. Lay the groundwork for the future.
2. Build the right network.
3. Set yourself up for success at home.
Over-deliver, over-communicate, build trust.
Don’t try to learn everything…prioritize your learning to 3-5 core responsibilities.
Figure out how you will be measured…if you’re unclear, work with your manager to write down your responsibilities and how they will be measured.
Get to know the people on your team and your cross-functional partners.
Ask lots of questions. When you're new, you can meet anyone and ask anything.
Invest in the relationship with your manager, and figure out how they are measured.
Figure out what is expected on the job (hours, travel, uncertainty of schedule), and put together a plan to make this work at home.
Work hard, but don’t stay at the office late. If you need to work extra to deliver exceptional results, then do it at home. The goal is to deliver output, not show input.
Make sure you like what you’re doing, and you enjoy the people you’re working with.
Be ready for a brief interaction with a senior executive. Create an elevator pitch on the relevance of your role, what you’re working on, and how it fits into the broader business unit strategy and company mission.
Have the “career goals conversation” with your manager around month six. Share your feelings about working at the company long term, and how you want to grow professionally.
What does it mean to over-communicate?
What should you do if you don’t know what your expectations are or how you are measured?
What is this week’s current Federal contribution?
What is FICA?
What is gross vs. net?
How much is this person getting paid this week? What is YTD?
How much is this person getting paid this week?
How much money did they earn per hour?
What is the payment date vs. work date vs. pay period start date?
Time Entry and Paystubs
"When you want to succeed as bad as you want to breathe, then you'll be successful" - Eric Thomas
1. Proper lifting
2. Request proper safety equipment from you if in dusty environments
3. Request proper safety harness(es) from you if working in a fall environment
4. Request proper safety goggles from you if there are potential eye hazards
5. Provide basic first aid via a kit to be provided
6. Ensure that payroll sheets are properly filled out and that pay is only provided for hours worked.
7. Watch out for heat exhaustion
*Drink water, not pop or sugary drinks
8. Dismissals will be non-negotiable for misbehavior
-Avoid sunburn, bug bites and lyme disease with sunscreen and bug spray
Steps to getting a job
Prepare for Interview
Send Thank-you Note
Complete work permit and/or
Any background checks
Evaluate and discover
Fill out applications
Follow up Resumes and Apps
Search for Openings
What is the step you were least likely to do before coming to this event?
Looking for a job
Where to look for jobs
Filling out applications
-Follow up, Follow up, Follow up
-Remember first impression (Dress to impress/Business)
-Do not continue to contact if asked not to.
-Have a sales pitch ready.
Working with others to get the job
The largest percentage of people find there jobs through people they know.
More Risk, More Reward
Be your own boss.
Develop your own ideas.
Easier to take the risk now while you're young.