- Verify that the new hire has completed all necessary paperwork, such as the job application, employment contract, and tax forms
- Set up a new employee file with all relevant documents and information
- Provide the new hire with a copy of the company’s policies and procedures, including the code of conduct, dress code, and vacation policy
- Arrange for the new hire to meet with HR and/or their manager to discuss their role, responsibilities, and expectations
- Provide the new hire with a detailed orientation to the company, including a tour of the facilities, an introduction to their team and other employees, and an overview of the company’s history, culture, and values
- Set up the new hire’s workspace, including a computer, phone, and any necessary equipment or tools
- Provide the new hire with access to the company’s systems and tools, such as the email and file sharing systems, the project management software, and the company website
- Schedule initial training and onboarding sessions to help the new hire get up to speed on their role and the company’s operations
- Assign a mentor or buddy to the new hire to provide ongoing support and guidance during their first few weeks on the job
- Check in with the new hire regularly to provide feedback, answer questions, and offer support as needed.
New Hire Checklist
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