New Job Survival Kit
JANUARY 29, 2018
nice guys : )
New Job Survival Kit

It’s that time of year where many people fulfill their New Year’s goals and resolutions by starting a new job. From an employer’s perspective, it’s important to retain the employees you are invested in. If you are welcoming a new recruit, you might want to consider putting together a new job survival kit for them. It’s a great way to start a good impression, and it’s both practical and personal! Here are a couple of suggestions of what to put in your kit.

Cleaning Supplies

You’d be surprise how thankful a new employee will be of on-the-go cleaning supplies. Disinfecting wipes are great for keyboards, phones and desktops. It also helps keep the employee’s new space seem more cleanly and bright. Pocket-size Purell hand sanitizers and facial tissues can be added to avoid future sick days. Lint rollers in case they need a quick go-to cleaning before formal meetings.

Headache Support

While we like to think that every day will be a good day, be sure to toss in some headache relievers in your kit. Whether it’s used for the long meeting or the overly talkative coworker, we can assure you it will be put to good use! It will also help your new recruit to stay focused and productive throughout the day.

Pick-Me-Ups

Everyone experiences some form of the 3 p.m. slump. Make sure your new employee gets the energy they need by providing chocolates and snacks in your kit. If you’re looking for a recommendation, our newly stocked JimmyBars are gluten-free and a great source of energy.

 

Need Help? Call 1-800-621-1503, 8 AM - 6 PM CST, M-F
Garvey's Office Products. All Rights Reserved.
Garvey's Office Products is not responsible for printing or typographical errors. Prices, policies, and availability are subject to change without notice.

Visa Mastercard AMEX Discover