Once being offered your new job, if you continue to work as hard as you can, then there is not much that could go wrong. Show your employer that you are dedicated to your work and can produce results. On completing all of your tasks, why not ask those around you if they need any help. It’s not about being people’s ‘skivvy’ but it just shows that you are capable of being a team member and you are willing to contribute to the success of your team.
I started my career within recruitment over 10 years ago now and started as a Trainee which involved making cups of tea, keeping the office clean and tidy and answering all the telephones but having the passion as I do to ensure everything I do is to a high standard it was soon discovered I could offer more to the business! I was promoted several times within 3 years and eventually promoted to a Branch Manager which made me the youngest manager in the business! What a great achievement for someone who had no experience of the industry some years back!!
Hard work and dedication goes a long way and now as a business owner myself, employees that go the extra mile will be remembered at times of promotion, salary reviews etc! We have a number of candidates that look for jobs because they feel undervalued so a word of advice would be that you look after your employees that work hard! Why lose someone who is a hard worker to a competitor in the future?