When your new hire makes a bad first impression

04/18/2013 | TheDailyMuse.com

As the leader of your company, you shouldn't overreact if new employees get off to a shaky start, writes Avery Augustine. "[R]emember that meeting a new boss and team for the first time can be intimidating, and nervous chatter can easily turn into a regrettable foot-in-mouth situation," she writes. Tell new employees about the expectations for your office, and give them enough time to adjust their behavior, she recommends.

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