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21 Tips For the Newly Hired Employee | Sklover Working Wisdom
"There may be luck in getting a job, but there's no luck in keeping it." - J. Ogden Armour ACTUAL "CASE HISTORY": : Dear Sarah: I am so, so glad to hear that, after a long, hard "campaign," you've landed a job you are so happy about. Very few people I know deserve this great news as much as you do. You have my heartiest Congrats and wishes for only more happiness and success. I am very confident that you will do quite well on your new job. It seems to be a great "fit" for you. That said, over the years in my experience in business I have seen a few of my friends, clients and colleagues make an early faux pas, or stumble, without realizing it – until it was too late. As I sometimes counsel my clients, "On the highway of life there are more accidents on the on-ramps and the off-ramps than there are on straightaways." May I offer you the very same list of "do's and don't's" I offer my clients who have just