Posts tagged with 'onboarding'
Don't Let Onboarding Be a One and Done AffairRead the rest of this entry »
When your new hire starts, what's your onboarding like? Chances are they fill out a pile of paperwork, sign off on the company handbook, maybe watch a welcome video featuring the CEO and then get escorted to their new boss.
That's where it ends for most companies. And that's one reason why so many new employees -- almost 17% by one study -- don't last the first week. 30% have quit in ...
5 Ways to Make Your New Hire Feel WelcomeAfter weeks of searching, you finally hired a great professional for that hard-to-fill job. Now what? Now you want to make them feel as happy to have joined your organization as you are to have them.Read the rest of this entry »
More than a few studies tell us that 3-in-10 new hires quit within the first 6 months; 22% don't even last 90 days. These are voluntary quits, new hires who left for a ...
Make Hello Even Better Than GoodbyeHave you ever stopped to wonder about the farewell lunches we throw for departing employees? We go all out (OK, we at least make an effort) to celebrate their taking a new job. Yet when their replacement is hired -- the person from whom we expect miracles -- we give them a welcoming handshake, show them their desk, and hope HR handles the rest.Read the rest of this entry »
Shouldn't we be doing the opposite ...
Onboarding is Not OrientationRead the rest of this entry »
Onboarding has to be more than introducing the new hire around and making sure the paperwork is properly filled out.
Done properly, the onboarding process can make a new employee feel "at home" more quickly, leading to a more productive and engaged worker. Without support and encouragement that begins from the moment the job offer is accepted and lasting well into a new worker's first months, turnover rises and ...