Ready, Set, Kit: New Hire
Warmly welcome new hires with gift sets they’ll love.
Properly welcoming and guiding new employees should be more than just sending out a mass email. To successfully integrate new employees into your company, you need to show them that you are truly and enthusiastically glad to have them, that you’re excited to add them as an asset to an already top-notch team.
Successful integration not only leads to longer retention, but it can help employees themselves adjust to company culture quickly and seamlessly. With stakes like these, welcoming new hires has never been more important. Start off on the right foot with a few recommendations for new hire kits from the 2018 Corporate Gifting Guide.
When starting a new position, there can be a lot to remember. Give new hires a name brand notebook to jot down new information as they receive it. The customizable belly band provides an opportunity to add a custom special message.
Give your employees an opportunity to rep their new company wherever they go with the T-Shirt Combo. With the shirt and glasses color combination of your choice and fully custom packaging, you can show your brand your way.
Desk Gift Set
Ease new employees through their transition by gifting them this retail-inspired desk set containing everything they could possibly need. With 16 unique color options, including trendy blush pink, powder blue and metallic gold, any new hire will feel welcomed with items they’ll use every day.
Campus Gift Set
Welcome your new executives with this handmade leather gift set. It comes with a tablet case with phone and business card holder and a leather-wrapped journal. Add laser monogramming to personalize this high-quality gift.
Essential 10 Pack
Cover all your bases for new hire kits with the Essential 10 Pack. This gift set includes a cooler bag, a drawstring bag, two tumblers, a notebook, a journal book with pen, a stylus with highlighter, an aluminum tool AND a flashlight. What more could you need?
For even more gift kit ideas for new hires and beyond, check out the 2018 Corporate Gifting Guide.