Three Things to Avoid on an Employee’s First Day

Making a good first impression is as important for employers as it is for new hires. While a new employee will likely be preoccupied with showing off their skillsets, as the employer, you’re tasked with making them feel at home in an unfamiliar environment from day one. Below, we reveal some common mistakes employers make during the onboarding process and what to do instead: Don’t: Wing the Walkthrough It may be tempting to leave things open-ended on a new employee’s first day—after all, you don’t want to make them feel overwhelmed while they are still getting the lay of the land—but failing to plan out an itinerary and prepare for their arrival is a big misstep. There’s nothing more disheartening than a new hire watching their boss scramble to pull together a workstation and supplies or struggle to answer basic questions about work habits and protocols. Instead: Invest in Their … Read More

(Safe) Fun in the Sun

A bad sunburn has the potential to be more than just a temporary annoyance—it can lead to serious skin damage or cancer. But keeping safe doesn’t mean you have to live like a shut-in this summer. Rather, help employees and customers have fun in the sun while minimizing risk using these tips and our large array of customizable sun-safe promotional products: Slather On Suncreen The skin is the largest organ of the body, and it’s also one of the most vulnerable to the elements. Be kind to your skin by using sunscreen on a daily basis—yes, even on overcast days and in the winter. In fact, 87% of the sun’s rays penetrate through clouds and fog, which is why you shouldn’t limit your sunscreen habit only to days at the beach. So what strength of sunscreen should you be using? SPFs range in strength, but most dermatologists seem to agree … Read More

Celebrating Life’s Big Moments

From weddings to birthdays, Crestline has what you need to put a personal spin on your next celebration. So ditch the generic party favors and decorations for easy-to-order custom creations. Here are a few ideas to get the ball rolling: Tying the Not Your wedding is one of the most important days of your life. As such, it can create a lot of pressure to make every element meaningful and personal. But DIY means a lot of stenciling, hand lettering, spray painting and gluing—all time you could be using to meet with vendors and finish other details. Make life a little easier by ordering monogrammed mason jars for chic centerpieces or Hershey’s® Kisses® printed with your date for tasty wedding favors. Having a Baby Be über on-trend with a gender reveal party. Order T-shirts in pink and blue so guests can choose whether they are “Team Girl” or “Team Boy.” … Read More

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