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Does anyone else check in with their employees within 45 days of their hire? If not, how are you guys going about employee experience and engagement/onboarding?

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Lmao I had a manager once who like never checked in with me. Didn't even file my benefits after my probation. We had a new hire on the team during the pandemic , we were all remote. Let me tell you that this woman NOT ONCE reached out to my colleague. She reached out to her after I said something and we were 5 months in at this point. In my humble opinion, you should check in atleast two weeks after hire, if it's someone on your team you should be regularly checking in. It means a whole lot to employees and leaves a bad taste about management if you hold off on it. Especially if you're in a fast paced environment. Video calls and one on ones are best right now. Also having weekly team meetings to get everyone acquainted. Let them sit in on other meetings as well just to understand processes outside of their role

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We have a one week, 30 days, 60 days and 90 days that include a plan that we sign off on as everyone knows onboarding is one of the most important part of hiring.

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My company has a 2-week then 30, 60, 90 structure for HRBPs and Talent Development (aka me) to check in on experience. We have a buddy program too so they have informal support in addition to their manager. (Usually their buddy is someone on their team or on a team that works closely with them) As a people manager I have a weekly 1:1 with all of my direct reports and a bi-weekly team meeting check in. We also do a monthly team “virtual party” so either we have a happy hour, do a wine tasting, cooking class, etc. We always do something. I coach my clients (internal senior managers and directors to carry out similar culture which most of them do anyways).

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My manager checks in with me once every month and even that I feel like there’s a lot we have to catch up on (both on professional and personal levels), especially because we’re working at a startup. Having regular check ins really helps because I feel like my manager cares about what I do and spends time in getting to know me. And plus, it helps both of us to know each other’s expectation toward one another.

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One of my clients has a 45 day and a 90 day check in through their performance management software that we send out to all new hires so that we can check in and make sure both from the new hire and manager that everything is working out, especially since they have a 90 day “intro period” and if it’s not the right fit then we are able to more easily recognize that and take steps to either provide support or part ways if it’s just not working

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