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5 common errors of recent college graduates

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Recent college graduates thrilled to land their first “real” job invigorate a workplace with their energy and fresh perspectives. However, college graduates also can make their share of mistakes as they transition from student to employee.

While time often proves the best teacher, managers familiar with common errors may be able to assist in the adjustment process (and keep some office feathers from getting ruffled). Here’s a look at five mistakes and ways to deal with them.

1. Failing to ask for help

Eagerness to impress and fear of looking “stupid” sometimes lead new workers to stay quiet when experiencing trouble. Besides causing anxiety, such silence may result in serious problems that could have been nipped in the bud if caught earlier.

“College grads are likely to feel insecure in their new job, and they might consequently overcompensate by pretending to know everything. A manager should be in tune with...(register to read more)

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Merishia Magashule May 13, 2019 at 9:20 am

Good Day
Thank you very much for the reports I get every day, especially this one because I have realize that in my company we luck leadership plus responsibility.


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