By Sabrina Son | Thursday, June 18, 2015
Every organization experiences turnover. And we all know the wrenching feeling of losing a close colleague or a star employee on your team.
But the Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that in April of this year, a colossal 2.7 million employees quit their jobs. And our own research at TINYpulse uncovered these findings:
About one in three of your own employees is looking for a new job every two weeks—or more.
And one of the top reasons why employees quit is a lack of development.
By Jeff Toister | Thursday, April 2, 2015
Onboarding new employees can be a time-consuming process: paperwork, workstation set-up, training…
And the whole process can come to a screeching halt if you forget something important—like ordering a new computer before an employee’s first day.
One way to streamline things is to create a new hire checklist. It’s a simple tool to help you track progress and make sure nothing’s missed. A checklist also makes it easy to repeat the process the next time you hire someone new.
Here’s how to create the ultimate new hire checklist.
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