Often times I come across certain job seekers who work short term with their former employers, either 3 or 6 months. On asking them the reason for leaving the company, the constant reason is that they were uncomfortable in the company due to certain reasons. This have put some companies in the bad book of many job seekers. The needs of employees should be met adequately to improve a company's productivity level, thus there is need for companies to create a positive impression for new employees to make them comfortable. These impressions are designed to retain customers.
Here are three things to do to impress and help employees to get used to and comfortable with the environment.
1. GIVE THEM A MENTOR.
This will help them to find someone they can meet to answer certain questions. Having someone to go to for questions, comments and concerns is comforting to new employees. It also helps to combat nerves associated with starting a new job. Having mentors help employees to speed up their adaption with the company affairs.