Over the years, we’ve done a lot of work researching and writing articles and creating resources for employers on new employee orientation. We realize that hiring, onboarding, orientation, engagement, and retention can be some of the most difficult and time-consuming tasks of employers and their teams.
This is a roundup article of all of our best “new employee” resources for employers. We have checklists, tips, articles, and ebooks. If these resources don’t cover your needs, let us know! Feel free to contact us and tell us what you’re struggling with and we’ll be happy to answer your questions.
New Employee Orientation Resources
New hire orientation feeling too complex or messy? Check out our free pocket guide. It’s full of easy to follow resources to help you through an organized and effective orientation process. The Pocket Guide includes:
- New Hire Paperwork Checklist
- New Hire Orientation Checklists
- New Hire Training Tips
- New Hire Safety Safety Orientation Tips
In the pocket guide, you will find a checklist of the paperwork your new employee needs. But, for a full description of each item needed in the new employee packet, see this article:
New Hire Safety
Our pocket guide touches on new hire safety, but we needed a full article to really go into detail on this important topic. Read the article from our National Safety Manager, here: Why New Hire Safety Orientation Programs are Important.
For new employees, their first day and the first few months of their employment set the tone for the duration of their employment at your company. How do you want this period to go? It could either foster a long-term relationship or lead to your business being a stepping stone to other opportunities. Use these resources to ensure a retention strategy begins on day one. Then, download our free ebook, 25 Employee Retention Ideas.
Couldn’t find what you were looking for? We’re happy to help! Contact us or leave a comment below and we’ll be happy to answer your questions. You never know, maybe your question will lead to our next resource.