How to Start a New Job Remotely, According to Experts

Current circumstances caused by the COVID-19 pandemic mean that many companies are operating virtually. It also means that thousands of people have begun new jobs from home in the past few months – joining teams they’ve never met in person, and trying to pick up on an organization’s company culture and patterns of operation over video calls and email.

In this article from Newsweek, several experts weigh in on the best ways to make a positive impression when starting a new job remotely, with tips on how to behave on video calls and to most effectively reach out to your new coworkers for help and direction.

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