5/28/2013

Temporary summer workers shouldn't be treated differently than full-time workers, and managers should communicate expectations from the first day and even serve as mentors, writes Lynn Dixon, a co-founder of Hourly.com. Engagement with temporary workers "makes for a happier place of business and dramatically reduces turnover, in addition to fostering this same mentorship in others," she writes.

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