3. Setting healthy boundaries
Start by setting boundaries on how late you’re willing to stay at work, or how early you’re willing to come in, and how many days a week you’re willing to do this. It is also important to set boundaries on how many tasks you are willing to handle at a time and when it is okay to say no to extra work load. It’s okay to take on an extra load but don’t take more than you can handle because you want to try to impress your new boss.
Aside from these work boundaries, it is also important for you to decide how much personal information you are willing to share with your coworkers. Everyone is dealing with life outside of the office, it’s up to you to share as much information about yours that you are comfortable with. Just because one coworker may be more comfortable sharing, does not mean you should feel pressured to share as much as them.