Orienting New Employees to Business

An employee handbook communicates important information about the company to the employee the handbook should cover topics such as company expectations, pay policies working condi6ons, fringe benefits and the company philosophy toward customers.

Once an individual is hired, he or she should receive a comprehensive orientation on the general policies of the company and on the specific nature of the job. Rules should be explained in detail, job expectations agreed upon and any questions answered before the new employee begins work. New employees should be introduced

to other employees and made to feel comfortable and welcome.