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.
Bringing new employees onboard continues to lack a very welcoming aura, according to a survey that reinforces the unpleasant experience that workers often have.
Employees are at the foundation of every organization. This means that every product or service is driven by them, leading to customer satisfaction. This is why a company's workforce is considered its most valuable resource.
What does it mean for workplaces to be diverse? Does it always have to do with race? The answer is no.
Shifts in the basic understanding of how we work is changing all parts of Human Resources, including what it means to be engaged, and even what it means to be a ‘typical’ worker. Employee onboarding is changing rapidly because the ‘typical’ employee is changing. Technology, like video communications systems, is both fueling the change and helping managers adapt. How can the shift to video help you?
Being a new hire is only slightly better than being the new kid in school – but not by much. Basically, it comes down to the fact that you don't know very much about the basics.
Fear not, recruiters and HR personnel! Robots, algorithms, and digital programs won’t be taking your job just yet. While employee onboarding videos and automated onboarding software is rapidly making an impact in the recruiting process, a balance must remain between automated solutions and a human touch.
Employee recruiting has been likened to hunting, and there is a saying that you go hunting where the ducks are. Translated into recruitment, you go looking for candidates where you are most likely to find them. These days, that means the internet and social media.
Did you know that the employee benefits you offer employees can help you find the best new hires?
Yes, you heard it right: millennials value a diverse, collaborative work environment and don’t jump at the first job that offers the most money. When we take a seat at our computers or open our phone browser to start our job search, we have an idea in mind and we will spend hours trying to find the ideal position.
New employees can bring a fresh perspective to your corporate culture and contribute in their own way, if they are encouraged.
Recruitment and selection is never easy because it invariably involves trusting a new person to join your team and do the job before you know them. Psychometric testing can lessen the guesswork of hiring and onboarding new staff.
Moving to a new company and corporate culture is difficult. Can you imagine moving to a new country and a new company?
Employee onboarding and hiring is a tricky thing, yet it’s necessary for any business to grow. New employees have to be the right fit and bring the right qualities, but if they do, they can push your business to the next level and foster a corporate culture that lasts and produces happy employees and big-time profits.
Employee communications videos have quickly changed how Human Resources departments manage company-wide communications. How did this happen?
SCORM stands for Shareable Content Object Reference Model. SCORM standards are a set of requirements for e-learning courses. It’s a widely-used industry standard that serves many practical purposes for e-learning platforms and employee video communications.