Brian Heese is the Director of Corporate Work Study Program at a unique high school in Harlem called Cristo Rey. Cristo Rey’s mission is to provide a college-preparatory, high school education to students who for academic or financial reasons cannot attend another quality high school. Since the students’ families can’t afford to pay private school tuition, the students work at premier companies and assign their earnings to the school. The jobs pay about 45% of the cost of their education; the remainder is funded by donations and a small amount from the students’ families. Brian leads the job program by establishing relationships with companies, training the students for their positions and servicing the 100+ clients that hire the school’s students.
The first performance evaluation will prove to the new hire that he/she made the right choice
Explain performance criteria in the first weeks of work
The performance evaluation process begins immediately...
A successful first 90 days will increase employee retention and productivity
Periodic inquiries will help you understand the new hire’s personality and work habits
The first 90 days is often referred...
Effective on-boarding enables new employees to establish a network and foster a spirit of collaboration.
Once the decision to hire has been established and the new employee is on board orientation is paramount.