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FIRST WEEK ON THE JOB TO DO’S. Presented by: Mrs. Katherine King-Bush Work Experience Lesson 12. TIPS To Avoid The JITTERS and Create A Good Impression. The First Week of Your New Job. Pre-Test. True or False

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FIRST WEEK ON THE JOBTO DO’S

Presented by:

Mrs. Katherine King-Bush

Work Experience Lesson 12


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TIPS To Avoid The JITTERSand Create A Good Impression

The First Week of Your New Job


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Pre-Test

  • True or False

  • First day it’s ok to tell the manager you got stuck in traffic if you run late.

  • Report to supervisor for job assignment.

  • Present your self appropriately.

  • Attitude isn’t important.

  • Be a team player.


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FIRST DAY ON THE JOB

  • Come to work

    well rested and

    ready to go!

    Fuel the body

    with good foods

    through the day!


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FIRST WEEK ON THE JOB

  • Arrive Early.

  • Be Ready Physically and Mentally to work.


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FIRST WEEK ON THE JOB

  • Dress appropriately.

  • Know the dress code before hand.

  • Dressing inappropriately

    can be embarrassing.


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FIRST WEEK ON THE JOB

  • Report to Supervisor.

  • Introduce yourself.

  • Inquire about job tasks for the day.

  • Listen carefully to directions.

  • Take notes.


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FIRST WEEK ON THE JOB

You have questions???

Boss has answers!!!


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FIRST WEEK ON THE JOB

  • Be polite to co-workers.

  • Show respect.

  • Listen and Learn – gain knowledge.

  • If you must borrow equipment.

  • Use restaurant voices.


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FIRST WEEK ON THE JOB

  • Never assume co-workers understand how you do things.

  • Encourage co-workers to ask questions.

  • Show initiative.

  • Take on new assignments.


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FIRST WEEK ON THE JOB

  • Do not ask for personal time!

  • Do not call in sick!

  • Do not ask for favors!

  • Do not dress inappropriately!

  • Do not become a problem!


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Post TestFill in the blanks

  • When you arrive at the job site, who do you report to?______

  • To be more effective one must get a good night’s____.

  • One should never assume co-workers _______ you.

  • _____ and _____ – gain knowledge.

  • Do not ask for ______ time.

  • Do not call in _____.

  • Take ____.

  • Do not become a ______.

  • “Always ___ First”

  • Use _______ voices


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Answers

Pre-test Post Test

  • False 1. Supervisor

  • True 2. Sleep

  • True 3. Understand

  • False 4. Listen and

  • True Learn

    5.Personal

    6. Sick

    7. Notes

    8. Problem

    9. Ask

    10. Restaurant


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Class Assignment

The purpose of this assignment is for you to have a better understanding of what to expect the first week on the job.

  • Class presentation:

    Interview family members and ask them what was their experience like the first day or week on the job.

    Be prepared to share these experiences with the class.

"Life Experience Is The Greatest Teacher"


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