New employees are inundated with information on their first day at work. Although they’re excited to learn about their new employer’s company and culture, as well as their job responsibilities, it easily can become information overload. Typically, new team members must complete new hire paperwork, review an employee handbook, enroll in benefits, tour the office, and meet their teammates on their first day of work, as well as learning some basics of their new job.
When a company is growing quickly, or if a position has been open for an extended time, employees may be stretched thin, making it difficult to make time for and focus on welcoming a new team member. Continue reading “Invest in a “Great First Day” Experience for New Hires”