Helping Your New Employee Succeed: Tips for Managers of New College Graduates

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Berrett-Koehler Publishers, 2001 - Business & Economics - 84 pages
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In the current tight labor market, retention of key employee talent is essential. Given the high costs associated with new-employee turnover, no organization can leave new-employee assimilation to chance. Helping Your New Employee Succeed: Tips for Managers of New Graduates uses a 12-step process to give human resource directors, career counselors, and managers practical tools for supporting new members of their organization and encouraging them to acclimate to the corporate culture and succeed in their jobs.
 

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Contents

Getting the Most from Your New Employees
1
Building Blocks for New Employee Success
7
Step 1 Foster the Right Attitudes
17
Step 2 Manage New Employees Expectations
25
Step 3 Cultivate Breakingin Skills
29
Step 4 Teach Impression Management Skills
33
Step 5 Help New Employees Build Effective Relationships
37
Step 6 Help New Employees Become Good Followers
41
Step 7 Help New Employees Understand Your Organizational Culture
45
Help New Employees Adapt to the Organizational System
49
Step 9 Help New Employees Understand Their Roles
53
Step 10 Help New Employees Develop Work Smarts
57
Step 11 Help New Employees Master the Tasks of Their Jobs
61
Step 12 Help New Employees Acquire the Necessary Knowledge Skills and Abilities
65
Putting the System Together from the Human Resource Perspective
67
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