The manager plays an important role in the successful onboarding experience of new hires. The following is important to ensure that your new employee has a smooth start at Haas.
|Inform the employee when and where to report to work on the first day.||Upon acceptance of offer|
|Schedule an appointment with Fani Garagouni for the new hire's Haas orientation. This should be scheduled for the first day.||2 weeks before new hire starts|
|Order name badge and name plate so they are delivered before new employee's first day.||2 weeks before new hire starts|
|Make an appointment with HelpDesk to help new employee with software/shared drives set-up. This should be scheduled for the first or second day.||Week before new hire starts|
|Prepare office space (desk, chair, and phone).
For questions about office space, contact Gerardo Campos at 2-4617 or Sherrell Gordon at 2-9106 in Facilities.
For questions about telephone equipment and directories contact the HelpDesk.
|Week before new hire starts|
|Prepare a schedule for new hire's first week.||Week before new hire starts|
|Plan an assignment that provides an early win.||Week before new hire starts|
|Appoint co-worker to help orient and train the new employee.||Week before new hire starts|
|Identify training and resources available for support.||Week before new hire starts|
|Begin and end the new hire's first day with a face-to-face meeting. If you are out of the office, appoint someone from your team to do so.||On the first day|
|Introduce new employee to your team.||On the first day|
|Orient to physical environment (restrooms, staff lounge, mailroom, copy room & supplies, computer center, library, café).||On the first day|
|Take employee out to lunch or organize a team lunch.||On the first day|
|Discuss with your employee unit-specific information:
||Within the first week|
|Identify the regular meetings to attend.||Within the first week|
|Introduce new hire to key people.||Within the first week|
|Review Safety and Emergency Procedure in your unit (closest exit and assembly point).||Within the first week|
|Introduce new employee at the Town Hall meeting; recognize new employee for what she/he brings to school (skills, experience, knowledge, network).||Within the first three months|
|Provide your probationary employee an evaluation in writing.||Within the first three months|
|Work with new employee to create a professional development plan.||Within the first six months|
|Provide ongoing informal feedback.||Ongoing|