Seasonal hires often transition into permanent staff — train them well at the start...

 

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[h3]Take the time to train your seasonal staff. [/h3]

WHY? Because they might prove so good, you’ll want to hire them permanently later.

HOW? The first few days for a new employee are the most critical. By coaching them as soon as they start and setting up a training program with milestones, they will understand how to avoid potential clashes and adapt to fit your company’s organization.

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