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SUPERVISOR'S ROLE

 
Remember your first days on the job? Those initial experiences go a long way in determining how quickly you became an effective, fully contributing member of our workforce.

Now, its your turn to ensure that your new employee’s first days on the job provide a successful launch to their career. It is critically important that you provide them with the foundation tools, resources, and organizational perspective that nsure their rapid inclusion within our workforce and our NASA culture. Your role in orientation is to...
  • Embed a clear message that Safety, the NASA Family, Excellence, and Integrity are what we value.
  • Embed a clear understanding of NASA, our goals, and our responsibility to our Nation’s future.
  • Ensure that they are familiar with their job, their organization, your performance expectations, and their developmental goals.
  • Ensure that they have the opportunities, the challenges, and the direction to launch a satisfying and productive NASA career.







 
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