Employee Onboarding Articles
Getting your new employees off and running on the right foot takes careful planning and supportive employee onboarding systems. Onboarding programs that prepare employees for their work and your corporate culture often determine whether workers stay or go.
New-hire onboarding is not something you can do with one tool or program. No one manager can successfully onboard and welcome new employees by him or herself. It takes a team effort and aligning messages and goals from the top of your organization down to the new hires.
The talent market is incredibly competitive right now. Job openings are at a high not seen since the early 2000s, and the unemployment rate is the lowest its been since 1969. As we move toward 2019, it’s more important than ever to focus on retaining the talent we’ve worked so hard to recruit for our organizations.
When employees aren’t happy at work, they aren’t productive. Happiness at work is about feeling engaged and fulfilled—being confident, challenged and comfortable. When an onboarding process at a company is strategic, flexible and user-driven employees are more engaged and thus stay longer, allowing a business to save money.
Being a mechanical engineer in a dying company will be unpleasant no matter how much you love mechanical engineering. You can be a great mortician but if the company can’t get credit to buy caskets and supplies, there won’t be much business. If you love recruiting and the economy goes south, the pickings will be slim. Being a great petroleum engineer may not be all that cool at a place with a reputation like BP.
New-hire onboarding has to balance many factors. With workers (especially younger workers) moving from company to company more frequently than in the past, orientation and onboarding efforts are more important than ever. Human resources leaders will take all the help they can get from new innovations and technology to establish employees and get them ready to contribute to all the things that make any organization great: branding, internal communication, leadership, etc.
HR onboarding is an area of talent acquisition that is getting a lot of focus. First impressions count, and there's a link between a bad onboarding experience and turnover.
Employee communications tools and apps can make a huge difference in office morale, internal communications, onboarding, recruiting, and many other issues Human Resources professionals work with every day. Here are a few tools and apps developments in particular that made waves in 2018.
Generation Z doesn’t remember a time without cellphones or Google because they weren’t born yet.
New-hire onboarding processes are necessarily time consuming. Employees need time to acclimate to their new office and organization—and that’s before they have to make decisions about their health insurance and other benefits available to them.
Candidates today have higher expectations for communication, logistics and new hire onboarding during their job search process, according to a survey released today by CareerBuilder and SilkRoad.
Employee onboarding has many implications for the future of your company. When new employees join your team, they have certain expectations. Most people are anxious about joining a new team, but your onboarding system can help ease that stress while setting up all newcomers for success. These days, video communications are making employee communications more streamlined, including in the onboarding world.
Training and compliance programs are vital to the success of your business and employees. There are many employee training programs that companies incorporate into their culture to boost employee communications, productivity, and engagement.
This article explores how a video onboarding strategy helps organizations realize tangible ROI from its talent acquisition function. Learn how video onboarding impacts employee experience, productivity, loyalty, and the five essentials of an effective video onboarding strategy.
With 68% of employees preferring to learn at work, companies have a responsibility to cultivate workplace learning. As they explore the best way to implement an environment of self-improvement, the concept of creating a centralized, comprehensive learning and development (L&D) program is gaining traction.
The right onboarding experience is a determining factor in how employees establish that important connection with the business. This experience, in turn, strongly influences an employee’s decision to stay in the company or seek a career opportunity elsewhere.
Recruitment and retention is all about finding the best candidates for your company and keeping that talent in-house. As always, employee communications is key, but identifying the best personnel before they’re hired is the best way to keep the talent pipeline open.
A study has revealed that HR teams and new employees hold disparate values about what constitutes effective onboarding.
A cohesive corporate culture, an environment of continuous learning, committed and engaged employees—these talent triumphs are hard to come by.