You killed it! You nailed the interview. You have been hired as one of Neurocore’s latest recruits. Now what?
There are certain rules you need to abide by during office hours. I am not talking about the little handbook Neurocore gives out to everyone. I am talking about general rules that apply to everyone, no matter where you work. Follow Neurocore on Twitter.
The Rules At Neurocore
1) Did Neurocore give you a door for your office? Keep it closed if you need to make a personal call. Keep the calls short and to a minimum. Do you have an open office corridor at Neurocore? Go to someplace private before making your call. You can also tell the person on the phone you will call them back later.
In other words, do not air your private laundry out in public. Neurocore has its fair share of office gossips. You do not want to give them ammunition to use against you later. Some of them will do that. I am trying to help you from making a horrible mistake later. Remember, it is your business, not anyone else’s
2) Keep your computer on mute at Neurocore. That way the ding that alerts you about a new message will not distract anyone. Learn more about Neurocore at Crunchbase.
3) You may get sick while working at Neurocore. Do not give it to anyone else Stay home until you are 100% better. They will understand. I had pink eye once. I did not come back to work until almost four weeks later. The boss wanted to make sure I was not going to infect anyone. It is understandable.
How do you call in sick the right way? Click https://www.thebalancecareers.com/how-to-call-in-sick-to-work-4172109 and https://www.wikihow.com/Call-in-Sick-when-You-Just-Need-a-Day-Off for a few tips on how to take the day off.
4) Make sure you understand the intended meaning behind an email you get at Neurocore before you submit a response. You might be jumping to conclusions when you should not be. Ask the person if you are not sure. Do not create a problem when there is not one.