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How To Design An Effective Trial Period For A New Hire

Braedon Stern
HR: New Hire

In the article "Eight Ways To Design An Effective Trial Period For A New Hire," Jennifer A. Barnes, CEO of Optima Office, discusses strategies to optimize the probationary period for new employees. She emphasizes the importance of structured check-ins:

"Check in after the first week with the direct supervisor. Often, issues of an over-exaggerated resume come up pretty quickly. Make sure you document problems that are arising early and point them out. The goal is to keep the employee—not let them go after the trial period. Recruiting is too expensive for that." Read the full article here for more insights on setting up effective trial periods.

For organizations looking to improve their strategies to better assess and integrate new hires, contact Optima Office today.

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