Especially for editors who want to use Premiere Pro for editing longer film projects, Adobe has published a free guide - "Best Practices and Workflow Guide for Long Form and Episodic Post Production". It includes introductory tips on hardware configuration and equipment, as well as in-depth information on a number of topics that can be especially important for longer projects in a professional setting - especially (but not only) when the (post) production is done as a team.
Best Practices and Workflow Guide for Long Form and Episodic Post Production
For example, one chapter deals with dailies workflows, another explains how to work with proxies in Premiere or what needs to be considered when editing multicam. Also explained is the Productions Panel introduced in 2020, which allows you to define overarching production directories whose subordinate projects can all access common assets such as audio files or titles that are used over and over again. Other topics include Dynamic Link with After Effects and so-called turnovers, i.e. the handover of the project for further processing, for example sound mixers or colorists.
The approx. 140-page guide thus provides insights into specific work steps and assumes a basic knowledge of Premiere Pro.