How to Make a Good First Impression With Your New Hires

Jul 20, 2022Business

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If you want to keep new employees happy and working for you for a long time, making a good first impression with them is important. When a new hire feels seen, feels heard, and feels they are a part of the team from day one, they are more likely to stick around and be loyal to you and help you build your business better. Here is how to make a good first impression with your new hires. 

First Impression

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Easy and Fun Onboarding

Learning a new business can be tricky and overwhelming for a lot of people. If you are able to make it fun and make it easy, new hires are going to feel at ease and learn faster. This is going to be the very first time new hires are going to experience your company, so doing it the right way is important. 

There is plenty of fun software and methods you use to make new hires feel as if they are joining the company seamlessly and not being thrown to the wolves. Visiting a website like, will give you insight into a great program that works that will make your new hires feel at home in no time. 

Assign a New Hire a Buddy

New hires are going to be nervous. They are not going to know where anything is, where to go, or who anyone is. Assigning them a point person will make their transition a breeze. When a new hire has a buddy who can show them around, introduce them to coworkers, and show them how things work and the most effective way to stay on top of their job, a new hire will be thanking you forever.

For every new hire, make sure there is a veteran close by to guide them until they are ready to fly on their own. 

Keep a New Hire Informed

When a new hire arrives on their first day, have a plan that you can share with them so they know how their first week is going to go and they can anticipate and manage their expectations. When a new hire knows what they are going to be doing and with whom, they will feel prepared when they arrive. 

It will take some work on your part, but make the first couple of weeks a tight schedule for your new hire because after a couple of weeks, they will feel comfortable and they will be ready to work at their own pace with full knowledge of how their job should be done. 

Have a One On One With Your New Hire

New hires are going to have a lot of questions for you. They are going to have experiences that they are not going to understand, and they are going to see how things are run with fresh eyes and an outside perspective. In the first week, have a one-on-one with your new hire to not only make them feel welcome, but this also builds a relationship between the two of you. 


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