How would you adjust to working for a new company?

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I believe Im very good at adapting to changes in my circumstances. While every organisation is different and no two jobs Ive had have ever been the same the core requirements of my role dont change. I appreciate that there will inevitably be new procedures that I need to absorb and adhere to and it also takes time to forge positive working relationships with new colleagues. However I dont anticipate it taking very long at all before Im fully up to speed and making a major contribution. When I took up my current role Id been with my previous employers for more than five years. It was clearly a major change for me. I nevertheless settled in very quickly got to know my colleagues and to understand the way the organisation worked and I already felt quite at home before the end of my first month.

Wane John On 28.06.2016. 13:14

Be specific when describing how you adapted to a changing environment. Mention new skills you developed, adjustments made to your work style, or new strategies you applied to generate value for your employer.

Kumar On 02.05.2015. 07:29

While I have been at my previous job for ten years, I have had to make a number of adjustments and adapt quickly to many new changes. For example, half way through my time at Company X, I received a promotion, which required me to do much more work with our content management system. While I had little involvement with IT in the past, I worked extremely hard over the next couple weeks to master the system. I stayed late a few nights, becoming familiar with the system, and I reached out to our IT department to ask questions. By the end of two weeks, I felt extremely confident, and within a month, I was teaching the system to a new employee. Adjusting to a new job takes time and hard work, but I know from past experiences that I am up to the task.

Rahul Mehara On 02.05.2015. 07:27

Coming to work for a new company certainly involves a lot of adjustments. However, I have always been able to adapt quickly to new work situations. A large part of this has to do with my ability to get along and communicate effectively with many people. For example, when I started my previous job, I introduced myself to my colleagues right away, and felt confident asking them questions in my first couple weeks when I was unsure of something. My ability to be open and friendly to everyone, and communicate my questions or concerns when I need to, will help me adjust quickly to this new work environment. I also know you value collaboration on many company projects, so I know my ability to foster relationships and communicate effectively will help me in this regard as well.

Mohammad Malik On 02.05.2015. 07:27

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