What To Do After an Interview

The Golden Phone Call. It’s the moment every job hunter waits for. Finally, your long and detailed journey has culminated in success. You’ve been offered a job. Not just any job – a great job. Something you’d like to make a career of.

While you are understandably excited, this is no time to sit back and relax. The first six to twelve weeks of employment – commonly known as a probationary period – are crucial. In this time, you must acquaint yourself with your new workplace, become comfortable in your new position, and confident in your new role. Essentially, you must prove to your new bosses that they’ve made the right decision.


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