Adjusting to a new job isn’t easy – new environment, new tasks, new workmates. But perhaps, the hardest part is getting a good grip on how things really work. You probably have a lot of questions, but you don’t know the right person to ask. It turns out that lower-level peers are the best persons to answer your questions. This is because these peers pay more attention to social norms, which can be very helpful to know when adjusting. They tend to be more approachable, too, making socializing easier for you.