New hires are happier when they are asked about themselves

10/1/2012 | Globe and Mail (Toronto), The

It's better to get new hires or teams to talk about themselves than to bombard them with organizational information, finds new university research. Giving employees the opportunity to emphasize their positive qualities led to greater customer satisfaction and improved employee retention after six months, researchers found.

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