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One of the most overlooked areas of hiring is how you should manage an employee's first few days. So you may want to pay attention to some "onboarding" tips.
There are many articles written about interviewing and choosing the best candidates. But many employers are completely unprepared for how to manage their newly assembled "dream team" once they start working for them, reports The New York Times.
The first few days (or even hours) on the job are critical for your new hires. Here are some tips to get new workers up to speed without wasting their time -- or yours:
After a couple days have passed, it is a good idea to follow up with your new hires to see how they're doing. Get any input you can and try to maintain open lines of communication.
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