You’ve already vocally shared the company’s values and culture with your new hire, but how can you truly show off these values while they’re first getting started? How can you instill excitement and motivation in your new hires to help them hit the ground running and want to talk about their new job with their friends? Turns out there is one thing you can add to a new employee’s onboarding experience to help in all of these areas: new hire gifts!
Continue reading to learn what onboarding is, why it is important for new employees, how to create an onboarding process and tips about employee onboarding.
Continue reading to learn what a company history is, the importance of company history, what to include when writing your company history and strong examples of existing company histories.
Continue reading to learn what an employee handbook is, why they’re important, what policies and procedures to include, how to create one and examples of great employee handbooks.
Continue reading to learn what IT onboarding is, why it’s important, steps to a successful IT onboarding program and an IT onboarding checklist to use for your company.
Continue reading to learn what an onboarding buddy is, the benefits of assigning a buddy to new hires, steps to implement a new employee buddy system and additional tips to consider.
Continue reading to learn what an employee’s first day should be like, the benefits of a great first day on the job, how to make a new employee’s first-day count and other tips for a successful first-day agenda.
Onboarding helps employees integrate into the company culture, feel supported, and start off strong. If onboarding doesn’t go well, however, you’re much more likely to lose the employee to turnover.
New hire questionnaires can help. In this article, we’ll teach you how to create new hire questionnaires that will improve onboarding and increase retention.
Continue reading to learn what new hire orientation is, the difference between orientation and onboarding, why new hire orientation is important and what to cover in your orientation program.
Continue reading to learn what a 30-day review is, why you should conduct a 30-day review, how to conduct the review, and questions to ask new hires.
Continue reading to learn what a 60-day employee review is, why and how you should conduct them and what questions you should ask in the meeting.
Continue reading to learn what a 90-day employee review is, why and how you should conduct them, and questions to ask.