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New hire onboarding is part art, part science--and every organization does it a little differently from the next. But there are common threads that run through the onboarding programs at companies that have earned a reputation for doing it so well. These are companies that enjoy longer employee retention, higher productivity, higher employee morale, and cultures that breed excellence.
When you start new employees in your company, you almost certainly include an orientation program. This usually puts your newest hires in a conference room or classroom environment to teach them about the company and their place in it. While this is critical, it does not do enough by itself to transition them into their roles. For this, you need to transition during employees' first week from orientation to new hire onboarding.
New hire onboarding is something that many businesses struggle to get right, but it couldn't be more important. First impressions are everything, and the first few days a new hire spends at your company will determine whether they go on to be a successful, engaged employee or drop out within the first few months.
Starting a new job is difficult for everyone involved. As an employee, you have to learn how to perform your new duties while adjusting to new workplace culture. As an employer, there's no shortage of red tape. And then there's the matter of on-boarding your new hire. This is where a lot of businesses go wrong.
When it comes to new hire onboarding first impressions are everything. For your employee their first week of work can either set them up for success or make the rest of their time at your company an unpleasant experience. Of course you want to do everything within your power to make sure it's the former and luckily there are many ways to streamline and improve your new hire onboarding experience.
It's difficult to overstate how important insurance enrollment is. The benefits you offer are your most important asset when it comes to attracting and retaining employees but they lose some of their effectiveness when you're spending all of your precious resources just trying to get people enrolled.
Starting a new job can be stressful, and as an employer you don't want to add to that. In fact, you should aim for the opposite and do everything in your power to provide a nurturing environment for new employees.
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