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Walter Rakowich

Dear Friend,

It was a Zoom meeting, and one of the participants, the owner of a small company, mentioned that he recently had hired a new employee. This employee, like everyone else in their organization, was working from home because the company had closed its offices during the pandemic. In fact, the new employee had been interviewed, hired, and onboarded without ever meeting in person with anyone at the company.

If you’ve had to hire people during the pandemic, you probably can relate. And you no doubt have felt some concern about how such transitions might go given all the unpredictability involved.


Walter Rakowich

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