As we all know, small businesses need immediate productivity from new hires. With cash and budget being issues, I am looking for inexpensive but effective way of ramping up my new hires. I can not afford to pair them with other senior employees as it takes their time away from the work. Any suggestions?
This is definitely one of the constant struggles of small businesses.
Employers in most areas are lucky right now, that they can get experienced person for entry-level/sub-entry level pay. As the economy improves you have to increase their salary or risk losing them and being in the same situation.
I don’t think you can ever get away with the direct contact with senion employees during the training period. However, you can do things to reduce the amount of time that is needed – have detailed (and accruate) procedure guides and task lists. These will be costly (i.e. time consuming) to create, however, they are a "life savers" if you have employees unexpectedly out for a period of time.Microsoft Office 2010
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