Creating an Employee On-boarding Kit

Creating an Employee On-boarding Kit

Creating an Employee Onboarding Kit Starting a new job is both stressful and exciting for incoming employees. They will be eager to start their new position, but it can be difficult to adjust to an unfamiliar environment. Pair this with all the other employees that are already acquainted with each other and the company. When you welcome incoming employees, it is important to make them feel a part of the team. A great way to make them feel welcome is to create an employee onboarding kit. This kit will help them learn more about the company and feel at ease on their first day.

Here is how to build an awesome employee onboarding kit:

Make it informative– Create an easy-to-follow employee handbook with company rules and guidelines. Don’t bog the booklet down with unnecessary information or really long paragraphs- this should be something they can easily flip through and understand.

Add Cool “Swag”– Who doesn’t love a free t-shirt? Everyone does! By giving your new employee company branded items it will build a sense of pride and belongingness within the workplace. Popular items to include are:

Include incentives- As your employee adjust to their new position, they may need  little help. Some companies include a cash card or gift card to a nearby lunch spot. It usually takes time to get your first paycheck and they may not be able to spend much on lunch.

Once you get all the supplies you can put everything in a custom embroidered canvas bag. It will be easy for them to carry and practical for everyday use!

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