Probationary Periods – best practice

Probationary Periods – best practice

The primary purpose of using probationary periods is to provide a clear framework for assessing the suitability of new employees in terms of performance, behaviour and attendance against the standards you have set for the role.

This means when you use a probationary period you should clearly set out your standards and expectations from the very start so the new employee fully understands what you expect from them in terms of performance, behaviour and attendance and the consequences of failing to achieve those standards.

Ten Top Tips for Introducing a Successful Performance Review Process

Ten Top Tips for Introducing a Successful Performance Review Process

The Performance Review Process is a vital tool to improve performance but is also useful for harnessing commitment from your employees. So, if you don’t have a Performance Review Process your employees are being held back and that could make the difference between the success and failure of your business!!!

Read my Top Tips to introducing a successful performance review process into your business.

Benefits of Having an Induction Programme

Benefits of Having an Induction Programme

The first few months in a new job are a crucial time during which the new employee will be deciding whether the job and business are right for them. When new recruits leave a job quickly it’s often because they have found the same emotional connection to their new job and colleagues that they had in their previous roles.

Read my Top Tips to ensuring your new recruit stays with you.