New Employee

Welcome to your career at Mayo Clinic, an organization annually ranked as one of Forbes magazine’s “America’s Best Employers”. If you or a family member just received an offer and is preparing for the first day, or is looking for resources during the first year with the organization, this page has a wide array of resources to help in the journey. Connect with us to learn more!

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Oct 20, 2017

Receiving feedback

By Treasure Ransom @transom
As a new employee, feedback is an important part of your growth and development at Mayo Clinic. Here are a few key points to keep in mind when receiving feedback from others. Listen carefully to the other’s perceptions and ideas. Be honest with yourself– try not to get defensive. Paraphrase [...]
Oct 13, 2017

10 commandments for an enthusiastic team

By Treasure Ransom @transom
Help each other be right, not wrong. Seek ways to make new ideas work, not for reasons they won’t work. If in doubt, check it out; don’t make negative assumptions about each other. Maintain a positive attitude, no matter what the circumstance. Act with initiative and courage as if it [...]
Oct 2, 2017

Blood donations save lives

By Treasure Ransom @transom
Every six minutes, a patient at Mayo Clinic needs a transfusion of blood or blood products. A simple blood donation can save the life of a child with leukemia, restore the strength of a cancer patient or provide a critical transfusion to an accident victim. There is no substitute for [...]
Blood donations save lives
Oct 2, 2017

Tips to building a strong foundation

By Treasure Ransom @transom
The first year of employment can be different for everyone. Some realize they are “lifers” and plan on staying with the company for the rest of their career. Others need more time to decide how they feel about their new job and company. Hopefully, you’ve found a home at Mayo [...]
Sep 27, 2017

Being successful as a new employee at Mayo Clinic

By Treasure Ransom @transom
As the new employee, you'll be joining a team that undoubtedly has years -- sometimes many years -- of history at Mayo Clinic. It's not uncommon to hear, at Mayo, that you're the "newbie" for as many as three to five years! Here are some tips to help you be [...]