Don't wait to create a development plan for new employees

10/26/2011 | Entrepreneur online

From their first day, new employees should have a development plan complete with expectations and a timetable for regular assessments, writes Katherine Graham-Leviss. "[T]he sooner you set expectations for your employees, the more likely you are to have a productive team that supports and grows your business," Graham-Leviss writes.

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