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Provide information to the employee before their first date of work via phone, email, etc.

Work environment

Make sure your new employee’s work area is set up before the first day. First impressions count, so providing your new employee with a work area that is “move-in” ready matters.

Support network

Select members your team to be the go-to experienced resource for your new employee during the first few months. They can help answer questions and provide guidance in the early phases of the onboarding process.

Welcome announcement


The schedule should include a balance of time with others and time alone to read introductory materials and complete orientation-related tasks.