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Onboarding checklist | Tip one


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You’ve just hired someone who you think can make a real difference to the team and the organisation – so don’t stay quiet about it. Announce it to the world (or at least the team) that someone is about to join you. Give the team some insight. Who the person is, what they’ll be doing, […]

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Before day one | Tip two


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Before day one processes are vital to create a smooth transition for new employees. One of the biggest mistakes we often see employers make is doing such a great job of engaging new employees throughout the hiring process, often driven by recruitment professionals, only to have all communication stop until their first day. […]

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Have some fun | Tip five



Onboarding and training is serious stuff, but that doesn’t mean it can’t be fun! The first few weeks for a new employee shouldn’t be all about endless training sessions. Find the balance between learning the information necessary to start working and the information the employee will learn along the way and remember learning should be fun! […]

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