6 Best Practices To Define And Track Your Training Plan For Employee Onboarding

| December 20, 2018

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When you bring a new staff member into your business, it’s vital to have a clear employee onboarding plan in place. This ensures a smooth transition for the new team member and your existing staff members, and will hopefully mean all your new staff is able to get up to speed and feel at ease in their role very quickly.Let’s take a look at some training plan best practices to ensure your onboarding process is the best out there!The first stage of coming up with training plans for your new employees is to think about the standard training that they will need to complete to join your business.This could be things like fire safety training, so they know how to evacuate the building in a proper fashion, or training on your internal tech systems to ensure they know how to use the tools they will need daily.

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