Critical First Impressions
Study after study has proven that the first 30 to 90 days a new employee is with you is the most critical time period of that employee’s tenure. In fact, the first hours and days may be more important than anyone knows. Here is a simple and effective way you can inspire and impress upon a new hire that you care and they matter to you.
When Brian said yes to joining a professional accounting firm as his first job after college he was hopeful he had made the right choice of employers. But he also was reminded of numerous past jobs that turned out to be disappointing as they related to the promises made to him during the interview and hiring process. He was painfully reminded that in nearly every case his first impressions ...