We all try to explain our organizational culture to new hires. We use buzzwords like “high-energy,” and “fast-paced” when recruiting. We repeat them in interviews and at new-hire orientations.
New hires. That phrase, today, is a conundrum. When a new hire starts, it is assumed that he or she will be sticking around for a while. They are, after all, new. Shouldn’t they give their recently acquired position a chance?
One of the difficult realities of the working world is that people move around—a lot. While employee turnover may keep fresh faces in the office, it can also mean that talent moves quickly through the business and HR might feel that they are eternally stuck in the hiring process. However, employee turnover is inevitable.
An employee’s first day on the job can be one of the most taxing days during their tenure at a company. For the new employee, the expectations are high and there are numerous uncontrollable variables to consider. For the employer, the goal should be to help the newest addition to the team get comfortable while […]