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New Students onboarding is time-consuming. Is your lab following a best practice?


In these first days of 2018, I would like to share my obesravationfacts LabSuit brought to my notion. Lab manager doing is responsible for many things in lab, starting with professional aspects and doing a bunch of administration tasks. Having talked with hundreds of lab managers, I'm very good aware how challenging it is. On top of these routine tasks once in a while new students arrive which require tutoring and help, which I call onboarding. Every piece of a lab routine requires explanation. Wouldn't it be awesome if there one part that that would work seamlessly easy, without all needless overhead and useless interrations?

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