What else should I consider?

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What else should I consider?

I, M, 19, applied to a company and at the interview I was told that if I wanted to, I should just accompany the company through everyday life for three days (internship) and take a look at the whole thing and if I liked it , they complete the training contract. - I can start from them, is it apparently just up to me, or was this statement just an invitation to test whether I am the right man for the job?

What do I have to pay attention to on Monday? Should I just go ahead and give it full throttle? Or ask a lot of questions? Should I just do it and be spontaneous? What do you think ?



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Being neat includes clean and appropriate clothing and a well-groomed appearance. Questions are particularly welcome. Who dont asks stays dump. You can cleverly package your knowledge into questions, but under no circumstances ask unnecessary questions. EIf I were you, I wouldn't just get started and don't get a proper introduction and make sure you remember the names of the people, otherwise it could get really embarrassing.



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Just go there and take a look. Everything is non-binding until the contract. If you don't like it after 3 days, you politely say no. They can't ask for anything because you don't have any training yet.



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Well, it will be difficult to refuse, my parents require me to either study or train, they would threaten to throw me out if I refused and didn't do any training or register for study by September 1st at the latest.

But I imagine the company and the work to be really cool, there are only 4 employees plus the boss, with whom I get along quite well 🤷🏻‍♂️



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Just be yourself and test the three days.

Your guide to a better future - quark24
Your guide to a better future - quark24

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