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School To Work Skills

Unit 1: Surviving the 1st 90 Days®

Unit 1: Surviving the 1st 90 Days®

Too often new employees don’t realize how important their first weeks on the job are..that if they don’t show promise during the probationary period, the boss is going to assume they never will!
Trygue Dureay
CEO

Unit 1: Surviving the 1st 90 Days®

Experts consider the first 90 days to be the most important period of an employee’s time on the job. Make sure your students have the job skills necessary for success!

This volume will teach your students what job skills the boss is looking for in a new employee and how to avoid common pitfalls. Unit 1 is comprised of 6 modules.

Lessons cover topics such as:

  • Proper work ethic
  • Personal habits that mean a lot
  • Workplace manners
  • Workplace conduct
  • Workplace disposition
  • Learning & doing the job
  • Going the extra mile
  • How to please the boss
  • Excuses in the workplace
  • Being a team player
  • Stealing on the job
  • Honesty
  • Winning the interview

Module 1

Work Ethic

Topics include giving 100%, personal habits, and being prepared.

Module 2

Workplace Manners

Topics include respecting personal space, controlling emotions at work, workplace conduct, and professionalism.

Module 3

Learning the Job

Lessons cover topics including asking questions, admitting mistakes, accepting criticism, being organized and “going the extra mile”.

Module 4

No Whining, No Excuses

Lessons cover topics including avoiding excuses, avoiding blame displacement and being a team player.

Module 5

Integrity at Work

Topics include being honest and trustworthy, avoiding work and breaking promises,

Module 6

Getting Your Foot in the Door

Topics include appropriate appearance/attire, body language, respect and presenting a positive attitude.

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