When it comes to building an effective team, sometimes an interview is just not enough to determine whether a hire is a perfect fit for a company. To solve this problem, many organizations offer trial periods for their new hires. These introductory periods allow both the new hire and the business to get a better feel for the position and to determine if there’s a good fit or if the company may be better off with another individual.
However, trial periods are only as effective and helpful as the company makes them. Here, nine members of Young Entrepreneur
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