November 16th, 2017

Whether you run a small business or a Fortune 500 corporation with international offices, these numbers speak volumes to your bottom line and success strategy.

1. Make Introductions Introducing new hires to their new colleagues and helping them to understand your company values goes a long way in solidifying workplace friendships and positive team relationships that lead to full engagement and retention. Give your new hire a brief intro to the team they’ll be joining, and get those relationships started off on the right foot.

2. Send flowers or welcome gifts This strategy may seem excessive, but a good way to communicate your company culture and set a precedent for how you treat employees. And no one can deny that sending flowers would leave quite an impression!

3. Schedule lunch with C-suite executives and Company owners The majority of C-suite executives are only occasionally or minimally involved in their organization’s onboarding process. But, giving employees the chance to interact with the CEO could help them feel valued and gain an understanding of how their work contributes to the bigger picture. You can learn so much about a company, its leaders and the new employee over a meal.

4. Invite Protocol International to participate in your onboarding strategy. Our customized interactive engagement program is fun and informative. It includes discussion on your company processes and procedures such as protocol on attire, gadgets, business meetings, strategies for internal networking, mentorship vs. sponsorship, dining with executives clients and so much more.

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