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New hire welcome email

When a new hire’s first day is approaching, send them a welcome email with details on what to expect on their first day.

How to send a welcome email to a new hire

With Rippling’s Workflow Automator, you can automatically trigger a welcome email to send to your new hire when their start day is approaching, so they can have all the details they need to feel confident on their first day.

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The first day at a company can be nerve-racking for even the most seasoned professionals. And while much of those jitters come from wanting to make a good first impression, another big part is just the uncertainty that comes with not knowing where to go, who to meet, and what to do on their first day. 

That’s why it’s helpful to provide your new hires with timely information well before their first day—like where they should park, how to get through security, and who to look out for on their first day.

With this Recipe, you’ll be able to send a helpful welcome without the manual work. When a new hire’s start day is approaching, Rippling will automatically send a welcome email to your new hire with the details they need, so they can feel confident on their first day.

Want to personalize your email with links to helpful resources and guides? As with all our workflow Recipes, you can customize this template to your exact needs, including when it should trigger, what the action should be, who it should go to, and more.

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