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Hi Reader,

Congratulations! You've hired a new employee.

Now that the hard part is over, you can get back to business, right? Not quite yet.

Getting your new team member on board and successfully integrated is a process. From that first day lunch to assigning a mentor, every step is important.

This month, we'll give you six tips for helping your new employees get productive from the get-go.

Whether your new employee is from CPS & Professionals Incorporated or someone you've hired on your own--we hope you find this helpful.


Laurie Liechty, President
Contemporary Personnel Staffing and Professionals Incorporated

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Staff Matters
brought to you by Contemporary Personnel Staffing and Professionals Incorporated
August 2012
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