How to help international starters

Rowland, Meaghan
June 2010
Community Care;6/24/2010, Issue 1824, p32
The article discusses how human resources managers can add internationally qualified social workers, particularly from Australia and the U.S. to their staff. It is essential to equip them with all the tools of the trade like service directory, referral pathways and the key contacts in other teams . They should explain to the recruits the cultural differences they might encounter, and make sure these recruits are comfortable with the details of their role and reporting lines.


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