The first week of a new job can be an exciting, motivating, overwhelming and stressful time for a new employee. New commute. New office. New boss and coworkers. Training. Finding the restroom. Not to mention all the HR forms that need to be completed to ensure they get paid at the end of their first week.

During the first few days of onboarding there are a number of things the HR team will do to help the new employee make a smooth transition into their new role. They’ll set up the workspace with equipment, office supplies and maybe even a cool welcome kit of company swag. They’ll pre-book meet-and-greets and lunches with people whom the new hire will be working with on a regular basis. They’ll pair them up with an office buddy who can show them the ropes and answer any questions.

But, of all the people a new employee you should get to know during the first week, no one is as important to the company’s success as the customer…

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