The Great Resignation means that workers are leaving their old positions in droves, leaving organizations across the U.S. with a desperate need to hire and fill empty seats. However, training a new employee can be costly in terms of both time and resources. Developing a solid new hire training plan makes sure this process goes as smoothly and efficiently as possible.
The 5 Things Your New Hire Training Plan Needs to Include
This first stage in the new hire training process introduces your new employees to your organization and ensures that the essential onboarding information is taken care of.
At this stage, your plan should include:
An introduction to the company, including your mission, vision, and values.
All essential onboarding paperwork, like confidentiality agreements, benefit enrollment forms, direct deposit forms, etc.
Information on how to set up corporate accounts, like a company email, payroll login, etc.
Review of the employee handbook, policies, and expectations.
#2: Compliance Training
Compliance training needs to be part of your initial new hire training process. It may also need to be repeated through an employee's tenure with the company. This can help ...