You did it. You got the candidate all the way through the hiring process, and now you just have that “small” stack of paperwork to get them through to start at your company. The list includes:
- Employment application
- State tax form
- Employee handbook
- Non-Harassment policy
Computer usage policy
The new employee only has to enter their name, address, phone number, date, and signature on every form, fill out every field; while you hover over them anxiously checking every field and watching the clock tick by.
The first day is the employee’s most important day of employment. Don’t break it by overwhelming them with paperwork and manuscripts of policies. Instead, create a welcoming environment by enabling to complete their paperwork online at their convenience with an onboarding system. To learn more about how an onboarding system can help, visit http://mystaffingpro.com/onboarding-software.aspx.