What should we do when we are new to the workplace?
Case 1 Hard work Gao Yun went to an internship in a well-known newspaper in Beijing when he graduated from his senior year.
Because this unit is very good in terms of staffing and future prospects, she hopes to sign in to this newspaper after graduation.
● Work on time and work as a journalist. The occupational time of this reporter is not fixed. Many people interview and write articles outside. There is no strict definition of working hours.
And because Gao Yun is an intern, the requirements of her unit are not strict. If she is willing to come, no one will say anything.
But Gao Yun has to go to work in her unit almost every day. After she handles her studies well, she will immediately go to the unit, or take the initiative to actively go out to run news with reporters; or communicate with colleagues to analyze what other people ‘s newspapers have done for topicsWell, the topic of your newspaper needs to be strengthened there.
Moreover, she would go outside and look around even when she was fine, to find out if there was a good topic to choose from.
Sometimes, some official reporters are unwilling to write manuscripts, or manuscripts that are particularly difficult to pick up, will let Gao Yun go.
It may have been a long time since you changed people, but Gao Yun will always be happy to follow up on the task, and then work hard to interview and dig.
Although encountering a lot of difficulties during the interview, Gao Yun never complained, always down-to-earth to write each manuscript, and never delayed when staying up late to work overtime.
At one point, Gao Yun’s manuscript had also appeared on the front page of the newspaper.
● Loyalty does not accumulate performance. However, sometimes Gao Yun feels uncomfortable.
Because the media is a special unit, the interns do not have a basic salary, they basically live on paper fees, and the job pressure of journalists is very high. Therefore, Gao Yun had to bear economic pressure during the internship and had a great spirit.pressure.
Also, due to the rapid development of the journalism industry, new newspapers are constantly emerging.
Usually when there is such an opportunity, some colleagues who have not signed the contract have found another way out during the same period, and some have even advised her to leave early.
But she never moved, and insisted on doing things in the original unit.
Gao Yun believes that although the unit did not sign her contract, the department leaders and colleagues treated her as a collective member.
The activities organized by the newspaper will call her, and even some important meetings about the future development planning of the unit, invite her to participate.
Gao Yun feels that it is very difficult to find a job that he likes now. He himself has loved the journalist industry very much. His childhood dream was to be an excellent journalist.
Moreover, there is nothing to do with your own home to go through the back door. Whether you can get the approval of the unit leader to get this good job can only depend on your usual hard work and seriousness.
Therefore, whenever she encounters something unsatisfactory, she always advises herself to be patient and work harder, there will always be a time for recognition.
In this way, after more than one year of internship in this unit, Gao Yun’s proficiency in his own strength finally obtained a formal contract signed by the newspaper.
● Don’t bring emotions to work Gao Yun gave some opinions and suggestions to those who want to develop in the media.
First, interpersonal relationships are very important at work.
The intern reporter who just arrived must communicate more with the people in his department, let them know your thoughts, and show everyone the best.
Secondly, it is necessary to become a friend with the interviewee. When you are unfamiliar with the work at first, the editor or senior reporter will help you contact the interviewee, but after the interview, you should keep in touch with the interviewee.The way will be gone in the future.
Third, contact more with colleagues, especially with an open mind to ask interview skills and coping methods, so that you will definitely learn a lot of things you can’t learn from books.
Another point, and the most important point, is to have good self-regulation ability.
Journalists are a very stressful job. They often need to stay up late and sometimes suffer a lot of grievances. Some come from leaders and some from interviewees.
In this case, we must learn to relax ourselves and learn to regulate.
Maybe going out with former classmates, chatting with close friends, and singing out are all good ways.
Gao Yun repeatedly said that when an intern is working in the unit, he must not bring his emotions into the work.
Case 2 is in the right position. Miss Zhu is now a full-time employee of Ocean Shipping.
When she was graduating from her senior year, she came to this foreign company for an internship through a friend’s introduction.
The boss also likes new people introduced by acquaintances, and feels that this has certain credibility and protection.
Although introduced by a friend to work in the company, the boss still objectively inspected Miss Zhu’s work ability and performance. After a three-month internship period, she finally decided to hire her as a regular employee of the company.
● Take advantage of the advantages. At the beginning, because she was unfamiliar with the company’s business, the boss used her foreign language expertise to allow her to translate materials.
In this way, Miss Zhu can be familiar with the company’s business as soon as possible, or she can make her learning skills and make full use of the good advantages of foreign languages.
In fact, for a small foreign company like Ocean Shipping, it is also an effective allocation of resources. Miss Zhu said that the workload was heavy at the time.
Due to the small size of the company, there are more than a dozen employees in the entire company, each of whom has its own position, one for each management, and a clear division of tasks.
Ms. Zhu initially translated documents, learning while translating, and being practical, so as to be able to grasp the company’s workflow as soon as possible.
After more than half a month, she started to independently draft the company’s report.
● Positioning her position Ms. Zhu said that internships are very training.
Interns should not be arrogant and think that they have just walked out of school and are young and inexperienced. They must affirm their abilities.
The important thing is to be able to produce results at work, use your internship status, learn more and see more. If you have difficulties, you must learn to ask for advice.
But don’t show yourself everywhere, don’t show too much. This will have a bad impact and make people feel unreliable.
Interns who have just entered the company must not rush into work, feel that they can do everything, take a big deal, and then really do it with fear.
Because companies now perform their own roles, you don’t have to know about a particular job, so sometimes it’s more effective.
Another point is that the intern should never belittle the work level of others. Even if you are a very capable person, you must know how to respect others.
And, after all, other people work in the company longer than you, and you know the company better than you.
● Confidently speak with grades. Through her internship experience and experience, Ms. Zhu tells the intern who is now in the internship stage: Be sure to work hard, learn more, look at it low-key, and don’t go public.
At the same time, you must be confident, work hard to complete your work, and show your results to your boss and colleagues.
Of course, we should also consult more, lead more, and learn from seniors.
Interns also need to deal with interpersonal relationships in the company, talk less, do more work, do not engage in small groupism, let alone discuss the company’s people and affairs with others.
When you meet others, you talk about yourself and talk about yourself behind the scenes. You do n’t need to pay attention to it and you do n’t hear it.
If things get to a serious point, you can argue based on reason and clarify the facts, but it is better to be united and kind.
Case Three Open-minded Ms. Li went to a Beijing Beer Co., Ltd. for an internship last year. She decided to stay in this company and she decided to stay. Now she has become the manager assistant of this company.
● Good impression of early arrival Miss Li believes that the intern must first ensure full attendance, and it is best to arrive at the company every day in advance.
Some Miss Li was afraid to take a taxi to work because she was late, because she felt that being late would give people a sense of lack of discipline and made other employees in the company think that the intern was lazy.
During the internship, Miss Li tried to arrive at the company as early as possible.
Sometimes she sorted out her personal information, and sometimes she made plans and preparations for the day, all of which made a good impression.
● Thinking back and reporting more Ms. Li is particularly outstanding. The intern must make more requests and more reports. If you are unsure about the situation, explain to the client that you need to consider it again.
Moreover, the intern has just been out of the campus, it is inevitable that there is some childishness, so you should think twice before talking.
Try to think in terms of the company.
Miss Li once went to the restaurant to talk about business. The person in charge of the restaurant saw that she was young and had no experience, so she asked them to give away several freezer while selling beer.
In fact, the beer company’s gift to the freezer must be based on the hotel’s geographical environment and many other factors. Miss Li and the company knew the situation in time to avoid the company’s loss.
● Open-minded to do the truth Ms. Li said that the intern’s benefits are not as good as those of regular employees, and psychological imbalance is normal.
Interns should think long-term, don’t worry about small things, accumulate experience, and improve their ability is the most important.
Now the society is more complicated and competition is fierce.
Some people try to gain a place in the company by flattering their bosses and pulling relationships.
In fact, it is meaningless to flatter too much during the internship period, and just saying that no practice will eventually be eliminated.
● People talk about art when she first went to the company, someone gave her a “pin”, and her boss said that her work efficiency was not high.
She was also very angry at the time, but she did not inquire who gave her a needle, and accepted the polite criticism of her boss.
In her later work, she worked harder and paid great attention to the details of her work, trying to be as perfect as possible.
Miss Li said that although everyone cannot do their best, interns are the “focus” of the company and will attract a lot of discussions, so they need to work hard in the best direction.