Starting a new job is stressful, and let’s be honest, so is hiring someone!
If you are like most small businesses, you may not have a lot of manpower to spare – being down a person for even a fraction of that time can mean even more hard work shared between you and your already hardworking team, all while you are taking on the additional and difficult task to find someone new.
Reviewing and interviewing applicants can feel like a frenzy when candidates often have so many options to choose from. When you finally find the right person and they accept your offer, its finally time to relax… well, maybe not quite yet.
Lets try to put ourselves in your new employees’ shoes. Imagine with me for a moment that you are in their position, but rather than starting a new job, you are a guest at a hotel:
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For most of us, we have experienced what it’s like to be that “newbie”. That’s right, a new face in a new company where countless thoughts of excitement, worry and anxiety flood our minds. If you are like many, those thoughts can turn into piercing questions or doubts. Did you make the right decision? Is this truly the right company for you? Where is the nearest exit in case you need to make a run for it?
As an employer, hiring manager, or HR representative, your focus is guaranteeing that you can “walk the walk”. Your newly hired employee accepted the position for a reason, now it’s up to you to ensure that he or she continues to feel that this opportunity was too good to pass up.
So, how does this happen? Think about the first few days on the job and how much information and training was provided. It’s a...
Guest Post by Ehsan Memari of SkyPrep
When it comes to training your existing and new employees, you’ll find numerous different training options. The key to selecting the right training technique is to select the method that offers the most benefits to the workforce participating in the training and to the business at large.
In this article, learn about the top 5 benefits that online training software can offer to your employees and your business.
The advantages of online training are renowned for businesses both large and small, particularly as it is proven to increase information retention and enhance employee engagement. These influences are even more significant when you contemplate the fact that employees across the globe are at an intersection, where Baby Boomers and Generation X are retiring (or planning to), and paving the way for the mobile-dependent Millennial and Generation Z employees. And,...
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