Need Help with New Employee Onboarding? This LinkedIn Resource Can Help.


by Tracy Herman, on February 06, 2017


“You’re hired.” Handshake. Paperwork. But now what?

As a supervisor, do you remember the last time you hired someone and needed to develop an “orientation” period but had no clue where to start? Did you have time to organize a “welcome to our company show” complete with a functional work space and training that is effective (and not mind numbing) for your new employee? 

Look familiar?

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Consider the following facts:


Don’t panic! LinkedIn has a great resource.

LinkedIn has a great toolkit titled “Onboarding In-A-Box” that will help you plan the first six months after your new employee arrives. It includes creative welcome activities, “to do” checklists, milestone timelines and a “Best Boss Ever” list of questions designed to engage your new hire and make them feel part of a team.  The kit is a great free resource that will help you build a powerful onboarding experience and increase the retention rate of your new employees.

After all, first impressions are lasting impressions - so be sure to make them count!







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Tracy Herman

Tracy Herman has over sixteen years of human resources experience in the corporate environment. Tracy’s expertise in human resources has been acquired through focus on employee relations, policy development, employment law compliance, supervisor and employee education, employee career development, and human resources consulting. As a Human Resources Manager, Tracy will provide a variety of human resource services for LandrumHR clients, including overseeing human resources needs for over 90 LandrumHR client companies with 900 worksite employees. Tracy is certified as a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR), awarded by the Human Resource Certification Institute. She also has an educational background in Business Administration and holds a 401(k) certification. Tracy is a member of both the national and local chapter of the Greater Pensacola Society for Human Resources (SHRM).

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