Experts say that it takes 6-12 months for a new employee to reach their full productivity. While a custom branded giveaway won't necessarily make them more productive, it can help them with the small things, like keeping insurance paperwork, campus maps, policies, and more all organized and easy to find. And that extra dose of branding? It helps instill confidence in a company that takes itself seriously. Read a few case studies to see how new hire giveaways can work for your business.
A small business owner wanted an easy way to present important paperwork to new employees to help them stay organized in their first few months with the company. They wanted to instill professionalism in all aspects of the onboarding process.
"Welcome to" above the company's logo, with the slogan beneath that. Foil stamped to match the company's branding.
When bringing on new employees, the department manager takes some time on the first day to go through paperwork and company policies. The folder was presented to new hires at the beginning of that meeting so they could keep those papers organized and easy to reference.
Because new employees had all of their important papers in one convenient place, they stayed more organized in those first few months. Keeping that paperwork in a branded folder boosted the professional image of the company, giving those new employees more confidence in a stable work environment.
Department managers wanted their new employees to have an easy way to take notes during the onboarding process. They wanted to incorporate company branding to keep their image consistent.
Company logo on the front cover. Branding was kept clean and minimal. A brief company history and message was printed on the back of the journal along with a picture of the co-owners. All artwork was designed and provided by the customer.
These custom printed journals were handed to new employees at the beginning of their orientation.
Employees appreciated having a notebook handy to jot down what they learned during orientation and the month that followed. The notebooks created enough buzz that the company ordered more to hand out at their annual safety and training workshop.