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When joining a new firm, don’t be bashful about getting to know your new coworkers. While a few of them might take you to lunch, don’t depend on it. Once you identify the key people you’ll work with, ask them to get coffee. Just don’t wait a few months, or the novelty of your arrival will wear off. Your initial stab at friendliness can help you learn the lay of the land and build alliances.
A simple shift in the way you ask interview questions can dramatically boost your chances of identifying a candidate who'll succeed at the job. Research shows that behavioral interviewing no longer gives you all the results you used to get....Click here to find out more.