Congratulations! You’ve hired your first employee. Once the excitement wears off it’s time to get a few things in order so you’re squared away with the state and federal government. Let’s go over some of the most important paperwork and processes to ensure you’re crossing your T’s and dotting your I’s.
Saying goodbye can be awkward, especially at work. You might be sad to see a great employee walk out the door for good, or you may be grateful to never have to see their face again. Regardless of the circumstance, conducting exit interviews can provide some important feedback. By treating these interviews with care, you’ll invest in the morale of your existing employees and the reputation of your organization.
By this point I’m sure you know a structured and personalized onboarding process greatly benefits your new hire and your business. But one type of employee can be overlooked in the onboarding process, and that is remote workers. If your company allows employees to work remotely, or hires remote workers, you can’t afford to leave them out of your onboarding process. Let’s examine a few tips to properly onboard remote employees.
The first day at the new job is stressful, to say the least. The anxiety and the pressure don’t disappear after the first day either. The adaptation period can stretch to a couple of days, or most likely a couple of weeks. Every newly hired employee has a thousand questions and a thousand more worries. They’re commencing a new adventure and have no idea what to expect. Your job, as the employer, is to make this onboarding period as tension-free and as comfortable as possible.
A welcome email is a useful and friendly way to welcome a new rep to your sales team, as well as fill them in on key details they’ll want to know before they begin their first day. Your letter will make them feel like they’re already part of your team and help their first day run a bit smoother. Use this guide to write an awesome welcome email to your new sales rep.
New on Thursday, 8/16
Our team here at Dominion works hard to develop a high-quality product that helps our clients manage all their Payroll and HR processes with ease. Because of this, we are constantly releasing product updates that improve our software to make it more intuitive and user-friendly than ever. Read on to see what updates will be made on the evening of Thursday, August 16.