How Can the Onboarding Process be Improved?
The onboarding process is a time to make a lasting impact on your new recruits as they learn the foundations of their new roles. For instance, you may send the employee’s welcome email before their start date along with new-hire papers and valuable information like what to dress, what to bring, and a new-employee onboarding checklist. By providing them with this information in advance, you can make your new team members feel more ready and give them a stress-free start with your business. For instance, orientation should consist of: • None A visit to the building’s restrooms, parking, kitchen, conference rooms, and break spaces • None A concise summary of the purpose and objectives of the firm • None A discussion on the expectations, etiquette, and workplace culture Remember that the onboarding process should not be entirely comprised of the orientation phase, which includes administrative activities like completing new-hire documentation. You may pinpoint areas in your onboarding process that you can improve based on your results to alter the new employee engagement at your company.
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