How to Onboard a New Starter
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Firstly, you can prepare your new starter by outlining your expectations of the role. It’s likely that you will have covered some of this throughout the interview process, but now is the time to deal with the practicalities (e.g. working hours, lunch break, line reporting) as well as day to day responsibilities and overall aims.
On day one, your new starter will need to view and sign several documents. Allow time for the line manager or head of department to properly introduce themselves and give an overview of how everything works
Organise a company tour so that your new starter can become familiar with different departments and their settings and get a feel for the layout. Over the course of the first week they should be introduced to the different teams within your organisation.
We talk about the communications tools you should be using, how to structure their working day, what goals to put in place and devising a training plan.
Starting a new job can bring with it a range of emotions: excitement, anxiety, nervousness. For the candidate, it is the beginning of a new opportunity, and as the new employer, you’ll want to do everything you can to make it a positive and easy experience. we’re here for you to make sure that the placement is successful for both the candidate and your organisation. So, here’s what you can do to create the best onboarding experience.