Want a great way to kick off the new year? Tune up you employee onboarding process.
Many companies don’t have a formal employee onboarding process. Why do you need one? Well, for starters, it makes you look more professional to potential employees and new employees. It also gives them confidence that your company is legit. After all, if you fumble around and don’t seem to know what you’re doing, that might scare off a lot of good people.
We’re in an interesting environment right now. Almost any employee you hire will have come from another managed service business. They will probably know about ticketing, PSAs, remote monitoring, and even standard operating procedures. So if your onboarding process is sloppy or haphazard, you’ll have a tough time keeping new employees. Remember – first impressions are very powerful.
Most importantly, a good onboarding process helps you get the best out of your employee “investment.” It takes a lot of time and effort to hire the right person. You might as get your money’s worth.
A smooth onboarding will promote you company culture, build your team, and prepare your new employees to get to work faster.
And, let’s be honest, a simple checklist can go a long way to make sure you did everything the right way with regard to taxes, payroll, employment laws, and all the other “stuff” you need to take care of.
Even if you have some kind of employee onboarding process, it might be time for a tune-up. Join us for this three-session mini class that’s guaranteed to be full of tips and tricks you can put to work right away!
And of course we’ll answer all your questions.
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Tune Up Employee Onboarding Process – Instructor: Karl W. Palachuk
– Three Days: January 9, 23, 30 (2019)
– Note: No class January 16th due to my Annual State of the Nation address.
– All classes start a 9:00 AM Pacific
– All classes are recorded
– Classes are generally 30-60 minutes
This class is FREE for Small Biz Thoughts Community members. Members: Go to the Classes section and check out the Tune Up Your YouTube mini-class. Follow instructions to register for the webinar portion of the class.