Roll out the welcome mat

Mochari, Ilan
May 1999
Inc.;May99, Vol. 21 Issue 6, p101
Provides ways on how to integrate employees into company culture. Employee mentorship; One-on-one approach; Addition of photographs and mini-biographies of employees into the company's intranet yearbook.


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