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Management article
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Reference no. U0802D
Authors: Chris Resto
Published by: Harvard Business Publishing
Published in: "Harvard Management Update", 2008

Abstract

Although recent grads want to contribute to the organization, they also want to make sure they are developing their skills and building their career paths right from the start. A little care and education go a long way in setting young employees'' expectations. Ask for their input, point out learning opportunities and goals, and spell out how their work toward meeting those expectations will enhance their development. Your new hires will feel much more valued and will be motivated to create more value for your organization and for your clients.

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Abstract

Although recent grads want to contribute to the organization, they also want to make sure they are developing their skills and building their career paths right from the start. A little care and education go a long way in setting young employees'' expectations. Ask for their input, point out learning opportunities and goals, and spell out how their work toward meeting those expectations will enhance their development. Your new hires will feel much more valued and will be motivated to create more value for your organization and for your clients.

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