Bringing on new hires can be rewarding – and exhausting.
On the one hand, you’ve got fresh talent to work with and hopefully mold into energetic and productive employees.
On the other, you’ve got to give them time to adjust to you, and you to them.
But sometimes we don’t think enough about whether we’re making the right first impression on them. And if we make a bad impression, it has consequences – like that fresh new employee bolting for the door.
So how do we know?
These seven guidelines will help you head that off.