SHRM’s Advice for OnBoarding GenZ College Grads

By Jeff Altman, The Big Game Hunter
The Society for Human Resource Management offers a few ideas for how NOT to lose your new hire before they start.

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36% of graduating seniors continue to interview for jobs after they accept your offer. And another 16% will interview if something lands in your lap. You got to get them involved in your organization culture quickly. Here’s a couple of ideas.

Number one: during finals, week, send them a care package, branded ideally, but it doesn’t have to be their way.

Number two, set them up with a mentor. Mentors are going to start the conversation, build a relationship between your organization and that new environment.

Number three, let them start doing some part-time work and forward some training materials to the them, in advance advanced so they can start doing some prep work in advance. Have an office tour. There’s just lots of little things that you can do that will get them immersed. There’s a lot more at my website

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