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Oct 9
mental health at work

Mental Health at Work: Lean Into It

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Change the way the world works. The Achievers mission statement resonates deeply with all its employees...
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Professional development training is a need that’s talked about more often than it happens. Since...

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  1. Unfortunately, for some companies, the recruiting process ends when the selected employee signs the contract. This is wrong, considering that you bring a new person in a department, and he/she has no idea how things work. Having a mentor can definitely ease the process and make people feel more comfortable. If the HR manages to implement a proactive mentorship program, the positive results will be visible on the long run.

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