First Impressions 2018 February 1st, 2018
You do have something to prove if you're the new kid on the block, says Money Magazine senior editor Sam Grobart.
“You have a critical window of opportunity when you start a new position (to make a good first impression); botch it and you can wind up paying (in loss of effectiveness, resentful co-workers and no lunch buddies) for months, maybe years,” Grobart writes.
To make the best first impressions, Grobart offers four rules to work by:
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