Time & Attendance
Prevent Call Outs
Implementation & Launch
By Joseph Macellaro
Sep. 15, 2010
• Ask for help. Find an eligible colleague to assist with paperwork and correspondence. Fewer calls will be missed and materials will remain organized.
• Leave no stone unturned. Go out in the community, hang fliers and request referrals.
• Don’t overlook social networking sites. They aren’t just for screening, and can be an effective recruiting tool when used correctly.
• Stay calm. Speak with your supervisors regarding the support you need, remain organized and keep your goals in mind without stressing.
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