Take your job seriously. Do not skip work - they count on your participation in the process.
Come on time, don't be late. if you are late, apologize and give the reason.
Do more than is expected of you during each assignment.
Listen carefully and always write it down.
Consider in advance that you may not know absolutely everything (even if you don’t seem to be)
Find opportunities to demonstrate your knowledge and contribute.
Assume that there are no stupid questions. Feel free to ask. Ignorance can turn into a wasted day. It’s worse not to ask questions — you may seem inert and disinterested.
Don't blindly follow instructions. Work mindfully. When you do something, think about what you are doing.
Be eager to learn new things, and people will be more willing to teach you.
In the early days, try to understand who is doing what, and who is responsible for what.
You must learn to set goals in your work.
Remember to thank those who help you (even if the help is minor). Remember that this help is selfless and often disrupts their work schedule.
Try to establish constructive relationships with all employees, build your relationships based on effective communications.
It is possible that at first you will not have time to cope with all your affairs at the appointed time, do not worry. Over time, you will meet deadlines.
Adhere to the existing dress code - dress appropriately for the work environment, if in doubt - ask your mentor for advice.
Try to get as much clarification as possible on the work entrusted to you at the initial stage - then prepare the work to the end and only then contact your mentor with a request to check you.
Find a life balance between work and personal life. The lack of balance in life leads to excessive fatigue at work and, as a result, less efficient work.
Work is sometimes necessary, and sometimes it is important. Learn to complete all tasks assigned to you.
Before leaving home, clean up your desk every day.
In assigned tasks, learn to set priorities, if you cannot set them yourself, seek help from a mentor or more experienced colleagues. Prioritizing will help you meet deadlines and be more efficient.
Always listen carefully to what your colleagues tell you, if you are busy with a telephone conversation - ask the interlocutor to wait - listen to what they say to you, and then continue the conversation.
Know how to take responsibility in making decisions only if you are completely confident that you are right, otherwise seek advice from a mentor.
The success of the practice and further professional activity depend, first of all, on you!