This is a crucial process – onboarding new employees can make or break the success of your new hire!
It is so important to remember that your hiring success will actually be the direct result of what you do, and how you manage your new employees first 90 days.
An orientation plan for how you will bring your new hire on board is essential. You need to consider the goals for the first three months, so that you have a clear picture of how you will orient your new employee on their responsibilities, your products and services, your internal company systems and values.
On their first day we recommend you bring your team together and do a team introduction. You want your new hire to feel valued, important, and determined not to let any of their new team members down. Additionally, appointing a mentor and assuring them that they are in good hands will go a long way to help this person feel accepted and comfortable.
Your new hire needs to understand your service standards and how your clients see the business as a whole. We recommend that a one on one meeting is held after one week, and then thereafter every 2 to 3 weeks in order to ensure that tasks are completed and your new hire understands the processes, their contribution to the company, their KPI’s and the way forward to be successful in their probation period and ongoing into their new career.
For all your recruitment requirements and advice on onboarding new employees contact Time Personnel.
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