Do you hire interns? If so, what do your new hire checklist and intern onboarding process look like? Do you approach internships as a valuable source of talent? Does your onboarding reflect that? Talent pipelines help you get first pick of smart individuals and internships can be a big part of that.
How to create a truly great onboarding process that will make new hires want to stick around and become long term and loyal employees.
Employees resign for all sorts of reasons but if your brand new employees are upping and quitting before the ink on their contract has barely had time to dry, the issue is something you’re doing - or not doing - during their onboarding. And that’s where your new hire checklist template comes in.
If your people aren’t engaged with your company and the work they’re doing, not only are they not being productive (on your time and money!) but they’re probably not going to stick around for long either. Here's how to tell if your new hire strategy works.
If you’re part of a small Human Resources team (maybe you’re even flying solo) you probably consider yourself a champion plate spinner. There’s so many facets to HR that staying on top of everything can be a challenge even for big departments. So how do you cope when there’s only one or two of you?
Remote workers can suffer from a lack of connection with their colleagues, managers and company. That feeling is heightened if they’re new and haven’t been with the business for long. Checking in with new hires is a vital part of your onboarding process - but how do you do so if they’re miles away?