Corporate travel is stressful. Throw in the hustle and bustle of the holidays and multiple that stress by about 17 or so. With security as stringent as ever (and rightfully so), long lines and endless amounts of people in sight, keeping your sanity at the airport can be tough. Navigating the airport during high volume times throughout December can be a challenge, but here are a few tips to help you decompress.
So my journey with Netsmart began back in October of 2014 on my first day walking into the main Kansas building. I decided not to be shy, and introduced myself to the five other people that would start with me that day. I think that automatically made me Amy, the chatty one, in the group. We soon learned more about our roles and starting on day two, we dove right in and spent the next few weeks learning. We shadowed other associates and trained one another over what we had learned. We studied the modules, programs, events, and setups while testing each other on a daily basis.
After having spent a lot of time in the Clara Barton (pioneer nurse who founded the American Red Cross) training room, I was ready to get going. Of note, all of our conference rooms have @CauseConnected names.
After onboarding ended, my traveling adventures began Continue reading Our Journey … A new hire perspective – Part 3