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It's a win-win situation, as it helps the new staff member acclimate to the organization and contributes to the current staffer's development by expanding his or her confidence and skills in communication, relationship building and leadership.
However, frequently no such benefit occurs, and sometimes it is actually disadvantageous to acclimate to an environment prior to competition in that environment.
A scholarly resource especially for college students seeking to acclimate themselves to principles of persuasiveness.
Twenty minutes were allowed for the scallops to acclimate, after which their siphons were open.
Virtual tours can also help acclimate new students and parents to the district, and make it easier for relocating families to choose communities where they want to live.
Acclimate Plus is the new multicriteria technology smoke detector from NOTIFIER of Northford, Connecticut.