Finding qualified labour is a real and expensive struggle, with hiring and training bringing significant costs to your business. When you finally find the right employee, it is important to set them off on the right foot; how you start the relationship with your new employee will set the tone for the duration of employment.
Why is an employee orientation so important? In addition to long-run cost savings, a proper employee orientation:
- Establishes clear standards and expectations
- Creates consistent management
- Outlines and highlights important company policies
- Ensures a consistent treatment of all employees