5. Lay Out Company Best Practices
Any company standards or best practices should be shared during the employee’s first few weeks. That way, you’re getting your employee started on the right foot through tried and true methods others have learned with your agency.
Additionally, cover team and company policies such as dress code, behavior, and patient care. Make sure your employee understands that they represent your agency, and they should do what they can to uphold the high standards of your company.