The Optimized Probationary Period
Does your ministry use a probationary period for new employees? Many organizations will have something like this built into their employment contracts, but won’t realize the real value in this designated period of time in a new employee’s career. The probationary period is meant to be a time to determine if someone is a good fit for the ministry long-term, but how are you doing that?
We want to help equip you to make the most of the first 3, 6, 9, or 12 months that you have with a new employee. Let us make you a process that is effective, fair, and produces valuable results. With this package you receive:
- A series of documents listing questions to be asked of employees and their supervisors at various points in your probationary period.
- Customization of a scoring method used to specifically focus on the specific goals and values of your ministry.
- Guidance on how to conduct these employee check ins and what to do with the information gathered.