MSC: The first 100 days of the young manager. How to survive the probationary period

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You have successfully passed the competitive selection, interviews, tests, and got the job, which had long dreamed of? Now, in your life begins a new stage, full of very different problems and challenges. It is about them, and how to overcome them, says Nick Andreev in his new book.

You will learn about the intricacies of relationships with employers: what you need to remember when signing the employment contract, as in the Labour Code are designated worker rights and obligations of the employer, any "pitfalls" you may encounter during the probationary period, as well as practical advice on the "sprouting" in new team: how to gain prestige and not to be considered an upstart like to receive the recognition of colleagues and not to make a "gofer" as show individuality and not try to impose their rules of the game in the current team.

And remember, any trial period ends sooner or later. Good luck to you!

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