When you have a new hire who’s relocating to join your company, part of the burden falls on you to help make the process as easy as possible for this individual. Relocating is stressful regardless of the distance, so here are some tips for lowering your new team member’s stress levels as much as possible:
After interviewing so many candidates and finally finding and hiring a great one, you want to make sure you provide the tools that allow your new hire to be successful. Training is key to any new employee’s success and you need to make sure your training is top notch.
Making sure that a new employee feels welcomed is key to starting off on the right foot. There are many things you can do to help a new hire feel welcome, but there are 3 key things that must not be forgotten or overlooked during the on-boarding process.
By now you know that a bad hire is also bad for business. When it’s all said and done, a bad hire can cost your small business at least $25,000, according to Career Builder. After, you’re left once more with an open spot to fill, costing you more time, money and resources.
When thinking about hiring your first employee, you may find yourself asking two main questions. First: should you hire staff? Second: how do you comply with rules and regulations that come with hiring staff? Both questions are challenging, but with a little research and advice you can find some answers. We’ll start off with 4 […]