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4 Key Steps for Successful Employee Integration

Recruiting is not just about selecting the best candidate. It is also about successfully integrating new hires into your company.

There are major advantages to a successful integration such as productivity, engagement, motivation, loyalty, cost optimization, and reduction in turnover. Whether you’re an HR rep or a manager, you must ensure a motivating and efficient onboarding.

4 Key Steps for Successful Employee Integration

Here are a few quick tips and best practices to help you succeed:

01 – Prepare to Welcome New Hires

Human Resources

  • Ensure new hires are equipped with everything they need to start their new job (desk, telephone, computer, etc.)
  • Prepare their missions and objectives.

Managers

  • Send out an email or set up a team meeting to announce the arrival of new team members.

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02 – Welcome the New Hire

Human Resources

  • Prepare the administrative aspect and give new hires a welcome book
  • Handle the administration aspects (new hire reporting, registration for health insurance, etc.).
  • Review employee rights (paid leave, works council, etc.) and duties (company rules and regulations, safety regulations, etc.).

Managers

  • Be available the day of their arrival to show them around the company, department, and work area, etc.
  • Explain how their department works, for example, when the group coffee breaks are, when and where meetings take place, etc.

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03 – Provide the Necessary Means to Successfully Integrate New Hires

Human Resources

  • Set up a meeting with new hires to get their feedback on their overall experience and the difficulties encountered.
  • Register new employees for training sessions that are in line with their position and responsibilities.

Managers

  • Assign tutors / mentors who know how the company works and who can guide and support new hires.
  • Present the onboarding and orientation programme.
  • Provide employees with all the information they may need to fulfil their obligations.
  • Carry out informal interviews with new hires to show that you are there to support them and help them accomplish their missions.

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04 – Structure their Position by Setting Objectives

Managers

  • Define their SMART objectives during their probationary period in order to validate their professional skills and competencies. Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant, and Timely.
  • Hold formal follow-up meetings to touch base with new hires and determine their strengths and areas where they can improve.
  • Be transparent on appraisal criteria at the end of the probationary period.

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