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.

Engage with fellow new employees or ask a question by visiting our New Employee Connections group.

Around four months into your position at Mayo Clinic, reality starts to set in. The newness and excitement of the job may have started to wear off. If you haven’t done so already, this is a good time for you to talk about your job with your supervisor. Ask them what they think about your work performance and if they have any suggestions on how to improve. Building a good relationship with your supervisor will go a long way!

Remember, don’t expect to proceed too rapidly through these stages. It can take a year to become productive in a new job.

As a new member of the team and a new employee to Mayo Clinic, you likely have many questions. Continue to learn about your role, work unit and the organization. Don’t be afraid to ask questions.

Mayo Clinic values

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At orientation, you learned how "RICH TIES" is a way to remember the eight core values which support the primary value: "The needs of the patient come first." Take your values learning to the next level by reading through the Mayo Clinic Values Education Toolkits.

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Are you In the Loop?

If you haven’t heard of In the Loop yet, here’s our pitch. It’s worth the read. In the Loop is an every-other-day blog and e-mail newsletter with a view of what’s happening around Mayo and beyond with a bit of a sassy twist. The editors promise to keep it short and snappy. You can subscribe via e-mail by sending a note to intheloop@mayo.edu, or bookmark the web site intheloop.mayoclinic.org.

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Stay connected - Mayo Clinic publications

In addition to In the Loop, there are a number of publications that can keep you up to date on what is happening at Mayo Clinic.

Mayo Clinic News Center - The main internal source of news for Mayo Clinic across the enterprise. Items can be viewed by Mayo Clinic site or by a specific category, such as operations, community, benefits, etc.

Employee Well-Being aspires to equip and empower individuals and teams to support personal and professional well-being, allowing employees to be their best selves to fulfill Mayo’s mission. Learn how you can build a bright future for yourself, your work unit, and all of Mayo Clinic by signing up for the Well-Being @ Work Newsletter

Work Culture and Environment - Your work at Mayo is meaningful. Behind a meaningful job comes passion and fun. As you start to get comfortable in your position at Mayo, challenge yourself to make the work environment an enjoyable place to be. Check out some of our tips and resources to do just that here and here.

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Mayo Clinic Magazine is published twice a year and made available to the general public. It focuses on the many ways that philanthropy supports Mayo's mission to provide the best care to each patient every day through integrated clinical practice, medical education and research.

Discovery's Edge is Mayo Clinic's online research magazine, offering insight into the process and progress of medical science in support of the world's largest group medical practice.

E-mail Newsletters for Medical Professionals - There are a number of e-mail newsletters available on mayoclinic.org. These are designed for medical professionals working in a variety of disciplines.

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Making connections

Making connections is key to being successful at work and in the community. Social support also helps you cope better with life's challenges, relieve stress, live longer, and enhance both your physical and emotional health. That's powerful stuff! Check out this great list of activities where you can meet others and have a great time.





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Security guide

A Employee Security Guide is available and offers dozens of security tips to make Mayo Clinic safer for employees and patients. In addition, there are commonsense tips to protect homes and help ensure safety while traveling.  Important points that are covered include:

  • If you see something, say something. Each employee has a responsibility to be aware of their surroundings and report suspicious activity.
  • To reach security, call 911 from a Mayo Clinic phone in Rochester, Arizona and Florida. See the guide for Mayo Security non-emergency phone numbers for all sites.
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Workforce Learning

Mayo Clinic is committed to providing you with valuable resources that will allow you to grow and develop, both professionally and personally. Visit Workforce Learning to find more information on:

  • Virtual Class Offerings
  • Career Development Tools and Resources
  • Leadership Programs
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One of Mayo Clinic’s goals is to serve patients, families and one another— with respect, concern, courtesy and responsiveness.DandIGraphic

Mayo values and promotes diversity and inclusion as a strategic advantage. Our goal is to create a caring, service environment where individual differences are valued, which allows all staff to successfully achieve and contribute to their full potential.

Check out the Mayo Clinic Office of Equity, Inclusion and Diversity to see how you can get involved!

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“One of the signs of a truly educated people, and a broadly educated nation, is lack of prejudice.”
–Charles H. Mayo

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Philanthropy supports our mission

Benefactors ― both inside and outside Mayo Clinic ― are vital catalysts behind our pioneering patient care, breakthrough medical research and world-class educational programs. Philanthropic gifts accelerate the discovery, development and delivery of life-changing care.

As a not-for-profit organization, Mayo Clinic relies on generous, compassionate people to support our mission. Benefactors know that everything we do is inspired by our patients and their needs.

Become a benefactor today: https://philanthropy.mayoclinic.org/employee

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