When you first start a job, not only is it important to make a positive first impression, it's also important to prove a point. No, you're not trying stroll into the new job and act like the head honcho, but instead, you are trying to prove your worth and potential. All eyes are on you, the new hire, and it's your time to shine.
To dazzle your boss, align with colleagues and be primed for success, there are not only some quick wins to achieve in the first 30 days, but there are some definite no-nos. Listen, learn and lean in are the must-dos. Alienating, assuming, and acting aloof are behaviors that will tarnish your reputation before you've even had a chance to make it to your first performance review.
Put your positive foot forward and take note of these 10 things to never say in the first 30 days of work.