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Today 01:18 AM
zero_88 Good luck guys
Yesterday 04:59 PM
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Depends on your role and project? Us tech just wear any sort of long pants and t-shirt / polo / shirt.

I imagine business people have to wear typical shirt and black pants.
First day go rct is just collect laptop right not reporting to project. So still need dress according to project is it?
Yesterday 04:24 PM
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Day 1 is half day.. Collect laptop, setup, some icebreakers and go home
On Day 1, you have a group of new joiners with you.
Day 2-4 is mostly orientation... values.. security etc
Day 5 is either the same as Day 4 or if you have a project, then you will start to onboard the project.

There's a page called New Joiner Checklist, on there states literally everything you need to complete in your 1st month/quarter/year..
Don't need to worry about this at all...
Thought all new joiners should have a project already cos you’re hired due to the project availability right? Of not you’re technically on the bench?
Yesterday 02:52 PM
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Those who’ve joined this year or recently, mind sharing what’s the first week like? First day collect laptop then go home is it or there’s some get together in office with other mee joiners?
Not sure what it's like now, but before they eased on going to office, we tech stayed at home for first few weeks~months (depending on project).

A lot of the time you won't know what you're supposed to do until the last minute. But essentially you have 3 days of orientation, a few days of nothing (so take this time to complete whatever mandatory courses they give you) and then you either go for training or start the project (for tech, depending on project).

My advice, try to mix around and keep in contact in whatever group they put you in during orientation and/or training (they're likely the same people assigned to the same project). It can ease a lot of the pressure/stress if this is your first time working and if everyone's more or less on the same page.

Also helpful because you can help each other keep yourself in the loop. For some reason, there are multiple group chats and everyone likes to only talk physically in person or in 1 chat group. So if you aren't in that chat group or didn't hear it in person, you'll never know something important until the last minute.
Yesterday 02:43 PM
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Day one go rct need wear formal? Or can wear jeans?
Depends on your role and project? Us tech just wear any sort of long pants and t-shirt / polo / shirt.

I imagine business people have to wear typical shirt and black pants.
Yesterday 02:41 PM
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Actually anyone mind sharing what’s the different people supposed to do? Quite confused with all the titles of those involved when you start work. Or what’s the few people you should know and work closely with? CC, people lead, project leader, etc
This is my rough understanding since it was only gone through once, briefly during start of project.

If I'm not mistaken, CC (Career Counsellor) = People Lead.
They're supposed to be someone partially like your boss (e.g. you can bring up problems / thoughts / feelings / ideas about work) but mainly like a counsellor for work (where you can discuss about your role, future prospects, etc). They're also responsible for discussing with the higher ups about whether you should get a promotion every 6 months. So far, my group have almost never heard from these ghosts except asking a few questions at the start.

Then for tech, the general roles are
- Project Leader : Person in charge of the entire project, almost never has anything to do with you, yet.
- Supervisor : Just below project lead, will chase team leader (and you if they micromanage) to do everything.
- Team Leader : Supposed to be in-charge of a department. Also has little to do with you outside of meetings because your other seniors will likely tell you sotongs what to do.

There are other roles / fancy titles, but depending on how structured the project is, it can be quite meaningless. Considering you call everyone by name and if the project is short-staffed, your seniors will be handling multiple departments, there's almost no point saying "This senior is in-charge of department A" because you end up approaching the same few people for anything and everything.
Yesterday 02:32 PM
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Day 1 is half day.. Collect laptop, setup, some icebreakers and go home
On Day 1, you have a group of new joiners with you.
Day 2-4 is mostly orientation... values.. security etc
Day 5 is either the same as Day 4 or if you have a project, then you will start to onboard the project.

There's a page called New Joiner Checklist, on there states literally everything you need to complete in your 1st month/quarter/year..
Don't need to worry about this at all...
Day one go rct need wear formal? Or can wear jeans?
Yesterday 02:13 PM
Unregistered Now already ask is go back office but still make training local.. trying to cut cost
Yesterday 01:47 PM
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Day 1 is half day.. Collect laptop, setup, some icebreakers and go home
On Day 1, you have a group of new joiners with you.
Day 2-4 is mostly orientation... values.. security etc
Day 5 is either the same as Day 4 or if you have a project, then you will start to onboard the project.

There's a page called New Joiner Checklist, on there states literally everything you need to complete in your 1st month/quarter/year..
Don't need to worry about this at all...
Is the collect laptop time fixed? Cos my project requires me to do some call in the morning so highly suspect may have to collect laptop in the late morning or early afternoon…
Yesterday 01:44 PM
Unregistered Do new joiners this year get to go overseas for training?
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