Picture this: it’s your first day at work in your new job. When you arrive, no one tells you where to park. No one is there to welcome you either. And worse, the receptionist has no idea who you are or that you are supposed to be starting your new job today. How does this make you feel? Certainly not very well. A bad onboarding experience is enough to sabotage a new employee’s motivation. Luckily, by preparing a good onboarding plan, you can make sure that this first day, and all the following ones, will be a success. Here’s how.