Employee Engagement Starts Here
Nearly every business owner I know lists recruiting and retaining good staff high on their list of priorities.
Having gone to the effort and expense of finding a good fit, don’t waste this by poor induction.
Many hospitality, leisure and tourism businesses will be taking on seasonal staff now.
Maybe you are too?
The first few days and weeks in any job will determine how that person feels about your business and whether or not this is the place they want to stay. It might just be for a season initially, but who knows… maybe even to pursue their career here. Is this an environment where they’ll be happy, fit in and feel their contribution is valued?
Getting this right is as important for temporary or seasonal staff as it is for permanent. They too can act as ambassadors for your business, and make all the difference the next time you need to recruit. Quite apart from the impact they can have on other team members and your customers depending on how well they’re equipped for the job.
People like (and need) to know what’s expected of them. But your on boarding process should go far deeper than simply their duties and contractual obligations.
If you need to re-vamp your on-boarding process or want to learn more about how to engage new team members I’ve just made that chore a whole lot easier for you!
If you only do one thing, take a fresh look at your on-boarding programmes and how you engage new team members, and ask yourself do they really give the best possible start for anyone new to your team to be a productive, happy and engaged team player in your business.
p.s Start your on-boarding process as soon as possible; the more you can do before their first day the quicker they’ll get them up to speed.
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