Ultimate Guide to 30-60-90 day reviews and check ins

Publisher: Engagedly

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Ultimate Guide to 30-60-90 day reviews and check ins

As soon as an employee joins an organization, the HR managers start with the onboarding process to equip the employee with the job role, necessary tools, security measures, process and product training, and mission, vision, and goal of the organization. These practices usually last for 2-3 days, and the employee is inducted into a team. Usually, HR then meets with the employee during the review process after a year or during an exigency. During this period, an employee might develop concerns and issues that should be addressed to avoid any conflict. With years of experience and research, hiring managers have started to understand the importance of holistic employee development and how it can impact the achievement of organizational goals. The pandemic-led challenges have instigated an array of changes for organizations to balance out with their current process and develop talent that can bring better results.