How to make a good impression at a new job

06/23/2013 | Washington Post (tiered subscription model), The

The first months on a new job are critical because your behavior can make a lasting impression, so pitch in when needed, go beyond expectations and be open-minded, Joyce E. A. Russell writes. "Be willing to try something new. Seek feedback from your boss and co-workers and listen to their constructive comments," she writes.

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