Starting a Job
Starting a job can be a frightening experience, especially if it's your first one. There are a few things that everyone should know when starting out.
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Communication is as easy as breathing, but doing so with coworkers can be tricky. Someone could misconstrue a friendly e-mail, micromanage employees to death or even commit a cultural faux pas. Luckily, we'll show you how to avoid these missteps.