Today was my first day at a new job. I know it's slow the first day or two, getting set up and all, but I've got a particularly bad feeling about this one. Basically all I did was walk in, someone showed me around, the secretary gave me a piece of paper with instructions on how to log into my account and that was it. No one really showed me what it was I'm supposed to be doing and I'm not even sure who my boss is. Everyone in the office seems very friendly but it's very quite and usually no one speaks.
Tomorrow I plan to proactively try to find work, I'm going to ask some other people if they need help with anything or if there's any particular resources I could use to read up on the company. Is there any advice on how I can find out on what it is I'm supposed to be doing.
The position is IT and it's for a smaller company that's been around for 6 years.
UPDATE: the first day was slow but the second was anything BUT slow. First thing in the morning the project manager gave me plenty of work. Latter I found out he is the one I report to. The company is small and doesn't have a dedicated HR department and I'm the only dedicated IT (developers and testers are expected to do some IT duties). I found the titles used to be rather unusual, for example the lady who works at the entrance and orders office supplies has the title "branch manager", though I would have guessed "secretary".