The stakes are high for any new hire – after all, studies estimate it can cost between 50-60% of an employee’s annual salary to replace them if they fail, with indirect costs spiraling even higher.
But the transition is especially fraught for first-time managers. In fact, the Corporate Executive Board reports that 60% of new managers underperformed or . . .
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