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Although most interns sometimes have to deal with menial work during their tenure, internship programs are still worth their weight in gold when it comes to improving your employability chances.
While the importance of setting expectations might not be top-of-mind today — as most workplaces are still going through significant change due to the coronavirus pandemic — it’s nonetheless essential if you want employees to succeed at your organization.
The COVID-19 pandemic has been wreaking havoc both in the US and globally. That means quite a few people have fallen victim to the virus and are now looking to change careers.
If you let your people engage in social media while on the clock, you’ll enjoy a better work product and generally better individual performance levels.
These meetings are about employees. In other words, you need some structure in place to steer the discussion with the right questions, but it’s direct reports who own the agenda.
Your law school years are past you. You have been offered a job, and you are ready to start your career. While it may seem that you have a smooth road ahead, you are about to face quite a lot of challenges specific to novice lawyers.
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