Congratulations! You have found the perfect hire to fill that position at your company. So now what? An effective onboarding process will ensure that a new hire is brought on to a smooth transition and will help with turnover in the long run.
Here are some steps that are crucial to your onboarding process.
Now that an offer letter has been signed, you will need to set up your new hire for payroll and benefits if offered. You will need the following information:
You will also need to ensure that you are complying on a state and federal level by completing the following tasks.
Some businesses are required to report specific demographic data on the State and Federal level.
Once all the paperwork has been collected, you will need to make sure that your new employee is set up with the proper tools needed for them to do their job. Depending on the role that they have taken on, the supplies needed may vary but can include:
Supplies can also include digital things such as:
If you have a time-keeping system, you will need to set up your new employee in the system and share instructions on how to clock-in and out.
An employee self-service portal can offer employees access to things like benefits, PTO, sick time, etc.
Now that the employee has all that they need to complete the tasks necessary for their new position, they will need to know what the procedures necessary are. On their first day, it is helpful for the new hire to receive a complete orientation to get them familiarized with the office, policies, and day-to-day culture.
Consider how you will introduce your new hire to the rest of the team. You could host a lunch or simply introduce them during a meeting on their first day. Make sure that regardless of how it is done, that they are introduced to those that they will be working closely with, early on so that they can start to get acquainted with their team.
When your new employee has been set up, make sure that you schedule a time to catch up and touch base with them on a regular basis. Give them constructive feedback as they progress and allow them to do the same.
Hiring and keeping the best talent onboard is a valuable investment for your company. You want to make sure you are doing everything necessary to stay compliant, set expectations, and ensure that your employees feel welcome and understand what is expected of them. Some procedures and regulations do vary by state and location. This is where an expert payroll service provider can assist you in keeping track of the data and compliance portion of the onboarding process.
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