Before you begin a job interview, you’re judged on a number of things. The interviewer has reviewed your resume and application, and potentially even your social media. They will mentally notice your appearance and how you interact with those around you. What time you arrive can also play a large part in their perception.
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When a new hire comes on board, whether they become a long-term value-added employee or quickly gone painful subject depends on what you do once they start. It’s possible they might leave quickly for personal reasons, but most of the time the responsibility falls on you. Instead of saying goodbye to your next great employee, try these four steps to keep them around.