How Leaders Successfully Onboard a New Hire
Companies and leaders who fail to have a effective on-boarding process are more likely to have employees with lower productivity and higher turn over.
During the first 90 days of employment, a new hire is the most thirsty for knowledge, enthusiastic about their role and eager to impress. It’s also the time when a new hire is likely to be the most nervous, feel unsure of themselves and worried about making a mistake.
Therefore any strong leader should make this on-boarding transition as smooth as possible and capitalize on the employees determination to put their best foot forward.
Check out our infographic to make sure you’re doing everything you can to successfully on-board a new hire.