(From HRMagazine.co.uk) -- Why wait until a person's first day to make them aware of the organisation's values, vision and goals -- or to explain in more detail their new role, who they will be working with and where?
Regular communication with someone during their notice period will sustain their enthusiasm and expand their knowledge of their new role before their first day. It can also reduce the risk of their being swayed by a counter-offer from their current bosses.
So, as soon as someone says "yes" to a job, their new employer should think of them as one of their own. And having made the decision to move, the successful candidate wants to feel part of his or her new team straightaway, whatever their notice period.
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