The 5 Firsts
Did you know:
- Fifty percent of new, hourly employees quit in the first six months and
that many of those leave during the first month?
- That many of these are people who get the impression that either they and/or
what they do are not very important?
- That more than 70 percent of the American workers recently polled by Gallup describe
themselves as either “not engaged” or “totally unengaged” with their jobs.
Those are just a few of the reasons why the answers to the following questions are critical to every employer’s bottom line:
- When on-boarding new hires, do you take advantage of the power of first impressions?
- Why the day and time you start your new employees makes a difference?
- Why you should never start a new employee on Monday morning first thing or at the
beginning of a shift?
- The FIRST HOUR
- The end of the FIRST DAY
- The end of the FIRST WEEK
- The FIRST PAYCHECK
- The end of the FIRST 30 DAYS
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