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Subject:First Day Advice From:Catie Easley <ceasley -at- IS -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 31 Dec 1997 11:09:28 -0600
One thing to remember is that it can take a good 3 months (or even
longer) to get integrated into a new job. It takes time to get to know
your co-workers, the company, and your role. You may get frustrated if
you don't feel like you're contributing to "the cause," but it will
happen in time.