How to Make a Good First Impression at a New Job

This story originally appeared on DollarSprout. Day one of your new job can be intimidating. You know you need to learn the ins and out of your new role, but you also want to get along with your co-workers and managers. The first day at a new job “sets the tone for what kind of worker you’ll be in the future,” says Darren Easton, vice president and creative director at The Cyphers Agency.