New employee orientation: a how-to-do-it manual for librarians

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Neal-Schuman Publishers, 1994 - Business & Economics - 144 pages
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This adaptable how-to combines theory and practice to help employers implement a truly effective orientation program. Chapters cover ascertaining new employees' needs, involving key participants, anticipating and handling problems, preparing for the new employee's arrival, and the orientation. Additional chapters discuss evaluation methods and participant input, and suggest ways to utilize evaluation results. A selected bibliography and an index are also included.

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If the arrival of a new employee seems more traumatic for seasoned staff than for the newcomer, then this manual may help alleviate some anxiety for all concerned. The author shares his expertise ... Read full review


Key Participants
Anticipating and Handling Problems
Prior to the New Employees Start Date

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