Mistakes to Avoid on Your First Day of Work

  1. april4june6 says:

    I loved the video! You rock! All the best for the next steps!!!

  2. swo8 says:

    All very good advice! Happy Thanksgiving.
    Leslie

  3. Annette Rochelle Aben says:

    Wonderful advice Miss. Chelsea! Best of everything with your new job AND Happy Thanksgiving to you and all those who mean something to YOU! <3

  4. Annette Rochelle Aben says:

    Oh, and I would add one more thing to your list of things to have with you but not just the first day/week but everyday and that is a bag of peanuts or almonds. I have low blood sugar and it has been my saving grace to have the nuts with me to keep my energy going strong when I couldn’t take lunch right away. Besides nuts are great protein and by carrying your OWN with you, it saves you spending way too much money perhaps at a vending machine (Satan’s tool I swear) or a fast food place. Cheers

  5. prior says:

    what a great practical list – and the pics were fun = esp. the sleeping pup. 🙂 = <3 – best wishes on your job and congrats!!!!! you are blessed. 🙂

  6. prior says:

    I like the video too – you are so well spoken

  7. Great tips, and many congratulations on your first day. Every blessing in your new role!

  8. Justin says:

    Every employee in the United States must complete an I-9 within 3 days after starting at a new job. A representative of the company must verify your documents. A passport is the best way but if you don’t have one, there are other documents you can use to verify eligibility to work.

  9. I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE YOUR VIDEO!!!! Your tips are wonderful!! I wish you much success in your new job! Your tip about writing everything down is great. I know in the past when I was working, I could forget stuff so easily that someone told me. So that’s what I did, too. Very helpful. 🙂

  10. P.S. The dog in your post is ADORABLE! Is it yours?

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