Supportive first impressions put new employees on right track

Jones, Tom E.
August 2000
Business Journal Serving Fresno & the Central San Joaquin Valley;08/14/2000, Issue 322655, p6
Focuses on the informal process for welcoming new hires in many corporations. Management awareness of the practice; Welcoming process; Corporate citizenship elements that managers and employees should be able to take on.


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