New hires may be fabulous additions to your staff, but since they don’t even know where the bathrooms are, they need a lot of information on their first day. If you want your employees to be happy, there should be a great onboarding process. The Society For Human Resource Management found that at one organization, new employees who had a successful, organized and structured onboarding program were 69 percent more likely to stay at a job for at least three years.
Part of that program should be a new hires welcome page. Here are some things it should contain:
Summary Page With Dates
There are many things that are time sensitive, like when paperwork is due. Getting benefit information processed can be life and death for an employee, so make the date prominent in a cover page.
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