10. Be on time, be ready to work, and be ready to work hard

We all know that punctuality plays a big part in an assessment of an employee. Even as students, we were taught to go be at school early. It applies greatly to the impression that you will make to your colleagues, especially your boss. So, if you know that you’ll be facing a great wave of other commuters during the morning rush hour, then it’s better to set your alarm clock early to avoid it.

Also, be ready to work. As we’ve mentioned quite a few times earlier, you’ll probably be thrown to different directions on your first day in work. You won’t be able to help it, so be ready to work. Work hard! And congratulations!