Knowing how to do a job is important, but it’s critical to approach a new job with the right mindset. Many bosses assume the conversations they have during the hiring interview process are sufficient. However, Inc. columnist Jeff Haden says they aren’t.
Here are four things that, according to Haden, great bosses communicate on an employee's first day to make sure that person gets off to a strong and focused start:
In short, new employees need to know not only what they will do, but also why they will do it.
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