Positive relationships can ease the way for new workers

12/29/2013 | Brazen Careerist

When you're a new employee, you can make a good first impression and create meaningful relationships by committing new co-worker names to memory and avoiding those who seem to have bad attitudes, Jenny Treanor writes. Also, "keep an eye out for someone who might be able to teach you how to fit in and earn respect in this culture," she writes.

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