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Hiring a new employee can be exciting and stressful for both the employer and the employee. During this initial period, it is important to onboard which means making sure that the new employee transitions easily into the company and the employer can assess if this is going to be a good match.
Being the new employee at a company can be overwhelming, so it is important for employers to plan ahead to make their new employee’s first day a success. Here are four tips to help make any employees first day easier: