It is important to support new employees to help them fit into and support your company’s culture.
New Employee Orientation
Employee orientation is part of a long-term investment in a new employee. It is an initial process that provides easy access to basic information, programs and services, gives clarification and allows new employees to take an active role in the organization. It is important that your new employee orientation program takes into consideration the culture and values of your company.
Consider Including the Following in Your New Employee Orientation Program:
Orientation to Business:
Company Policies and Procedures:
Explanation of Benefit Package
Tour Facility and Work Areas:
Describe Job Responsibilities and Performance Expectations
The following tips are offered to help you create a successful experience for new employees during their orientation:
Schedule Regular Meetings to Follow Up the Orientation
Regular follow-up meetings over the first 6 months to a year let you check in and find out how a new employee is doing. You can deal with issues about the work environment, relationships with co-workers, address questions related to policies & procedures, and strengthen their knowledge of the company’s general operations, especially as many things tend not to come up right away. This also lets the new employee know that you committed to providing continued support.
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