Here’s a tip to make new hires more comfortable on Day One: Before they arrive, email them a “cheat sheet” with the names of key staffers they’ll be working closely with. Include the title, phone number, email address and, if possible, a photo of the person to help new hires place the name with the face.
Also, email them important information, such as where to park, the company’s dress code and where to go when they arrive at the building.
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