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Publisher Description

It’s said that the first three months at a new job are the toughest you’ll face.

In fact, 1 in 5 people fail their probation period, and many others leave in just the

first 45 days.

No-one wants that. After all, job-hopping is bad for your health, your financial situation, and your sense of life satisfaction.

'So You Got The Job! WTF Is next?' is the book for people who desperately want to succeed at their new job, but don’t know how to go about it.

In this guide to success, Greg Weiss steps you through the 7 key elements of a structured onboarding program, helping you to:

● Create overwhelmingly positive first impressions

● Fit in with the company culture

● Feel secure in your position

● Tap into hidden networks of influence

● Have crystal-clear clarity around your role

● Survive that dreaded probation period and thrive in your role going forward

By the end of So You Got The Job! WTF is next? you’ll understand exactly where you fit, how to maximise your strengths, how to develop productive working relationships with the right people and above all, how to be engaged at work for your future career success.

GENRE
Business & Personal Finance
RELEASED
2019
24 March
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
272
Pages
PUBLISHER
Global Personal Development Pty Limited
SELLER
Ingram DV LLC
SIZE
4.7
MB

Customer Reviews

Divastevey ,

A must-read for all new employees

I received an advanced copy of this easy to read book, written by Australia’s most experienced career coach – Greg Weiss. The book is well-structured with a clear framework to the seven steps of successful onboarding. It’s shocking to hear the statistics driving employee turnover within the first 45 days and the inadequate onboarding processes that are seen across employers. Greg’s book is an extremely practical guide focused on current information, research and Greg’s years of experience in employee engagement. It tells new employees how to succeed in their new role and provides practical steps for them to take so that as employees they can improve on the current situation. Whilst this book is targeted towards the upcoming workforce known as “millennials”, it’s a must-read for anyone in the market for new role or career change. All in all a great read!