"I never met a chocolate I didn't like." - Deanna Troi
On the first day of a new job, both employer and employee have to be on top of their game. If you’ve hired a good fit, they’ll be doing their best to make a positive impression on you. But good impressions should go both ways. If you want your newbie to stick around, it’s important that your company culture is a good fit for them as well.
Making a good impression on a new hire might be easier than you’d expect. Who knew that something as simple as a box of chocolates could affect employee engagement?