Be Reliable: This can come in many forms, but is important nevertheless. Showing up to work on time, every day, creates a sense of reliability that shows dedication and seriousness to the job. If there is a deadline for a project, get it done on time! This will help you become a go to person in the office. Reliability can also mean contributing during discussions or meetings.
Ask Questions: You know what they say about assuming… Be brave and ask what questions are necessary to succeed. Nobody is going to scold for not knowing the ins and outs of everyday operations on your first day of work, so ask! Some questions may pop up that were thought of during orientation or the tour. These questions may not be answered in paperwork or packets, so asking a co-worker is a good way to not only find out that information but create dialogue between yourself and a peer.
These suggestions can vary from job to job, but generally, these are staples in the way of starting off your job on the right foot. You can do it!