Ten Elements of a New Employee Orientation Plan

September 23, 2015

Sure your practice is busy, but don't neglect the chance to welcome new hires, and set them on the road to success.

If your practice expects new employees to get right to work after completing their HR paperwork and receiving keys and login credentials, it's missing a huge opportunity.Making new hires feel welcome and ready for their job role can speed the learning curve, improve the feeling of pride in the place they work, and set them up for greater success. Here are ten effective elements to include in your new employee orientation plan.