Welcoming a new hire shouldn’t end after their first day and week on the job. It’s important to continuously visit with them during their first few months to see how they’re settling in. After all, a person won’t have a strong sense for a job until they’ve been doing it for a little while.
It’s generally recommended that HR conduct check-ins with a new employee after their first month, 60 days, and 90 days with the organization. The 90-day check-in is especially important since it’s the last opportunity to answer questions and resolve issues in a formal setting. After the meeting concludes, the employee should be considered fully onboarded to the organization.
This checklist includes various questions that should be asked during a 90-day check-in to ensure the new hire is set up to do great work for a long time to come.