Tips for Making an Employee’s First 90 Days Successful

Getty
8 of 10

30-Day Check In

The most important thing in the first 30 days is to familiarize the new employee with the company through recruiting and introductions. You shouldn't expect the new hire to make extreme strides from a business perspective during this time, but you should make them feel welcome as a person and not overwhelmed. 
Less intensive, short-term projects are helpful in attaining that balance.