New employee orientation often has the reputation of being long, tedious and full of so much information the new hire is not sure what’s the most important. If you do it right, you will have employees ready and eager to start their new job with a good understanding of what you’re expecting from them. Make sure your new employee orientation includes the following items, and your on-boarding process will be very successful.
 
 

 
nwq9lhg [INFOGRAPHIC] How To Conduct The Best Orientation To Get New Company Employees Off To The Right Start
 
 

 
This article was written by Gillian Kruse for Small Business Pulse
 

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