1. Prepare the employee file.
The employee file should include the new employee's name, date of birth, social security number, and other important information.
2. Set up the employee's computer and email.
The IT department should be notified of the new employee so that they can set up the computer and email account.
3. Order the new employee's business cards.
The marketing or HR department will need to order business cards for the new employee.
4. Send out an email welcoming the new employee.
A welcome email should be sent out to the new employee, cc'ing their team members and managers.
5. Add the new employee to company directories and mailing lists.
The new employee should be added to any relevant company directories and mailing lists.
6. Introduce the new employee to their team members.
The new employee's team members should be introduced, and the new employee should be given a tour of their work area.
7. Give the new employee a tour of the office.
A tour of the office should be given, highlighting important areas such as the break room, restrooms, and exit routes.
8. Train the new employee on company policies and procedures.
The new employee should be trained on all relevant company policies and procedures.
9. Help set up the new employee with benefits and payroll.
The HR department will assist the new employee with setting up their benefits and payroll.
10. Follow up with the new employee after their first week on the job.
A manager or HR representative should follow up with the new employee after their first week on the job to see how they are doing and if they have any questions.