On-boarding can be heavily time consuming for some businesses, bringing on new staff requires plenty of planning and training however its the... scraggly bit's! which I like to call them that take time and thought so that you are getting your new starts set up with uniform and essential tools for their role, gathering all the necessary info documents and manual's so that they have something to read on their first day. Issuing and having printed ID cads and making sure they have stationary all sorted.
Well it came to our attention that not only is it awesome on your first day to get a crisp box of company swag so that you can sink into the team well with your new branded clobber, but also to get your uniform, id badge and welcome packs all at once. It adds to the un-boxing experience meaning that your new starter isn't twiddling thumbs in the first few hours but instead they are cracking open an awesome company welcome box packed with fun goodies and all the welcome info they need to get to grips with their new companies ethos.
Here are a few things to consider when building a custom printed welcome box with Swag Box.
- A welcome booklet with info on colleagues, annual events, features of their role, plan of action for training.
- ID Cards - Getting a spanking new ID card really makes you feel like you belong, not a necessety for most building however our systems and print capabilities mean we can print single id cards off on demand and pop them right in with your new starters Swag Box.
- Personalised Letter - Having a letter in and amongst your branded items will help the newbie feel welcomed a whole bunch! Especially if it is signed by the whole team! This added extra is a DIY element which we will cove more should you want something similar however the idea is that you can add anything you like as a DIY element just ensure you can get it in the box! :)
- A timeline! Knowing a companies history takes a little time and isn't something you truly learn until you have been around long enough to have spoken with long serving staff and learnt from your team. A little background added to your packs will for sure give your newbie some pleasant reading.