New-Hire Onboarding

New-hire onboarding is the vital bridge between hiring and retaining employees, with the first sixty days marking the crucial period when new hires either work out or drop out. Having established processes in place for new employee training, both for on-the-job topics and extracurricular ones (like getting around the building, general policies, benefits enrollment) makes the transition smoother for everyone involved.

13 Feb
Video Communication Trends for a New Decade

Customers and corporate clients respond to video in advertising. Video conferencing makes employee and internal communication easier. Explainer videos for […]

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29 Jan
Employee Offboarding: How to Communicate with Departing Employees

Employee offboarding rarely gets the attention employee onboarding does, and that’s a huge mistake. A documented, formal offboarding process, even […]

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13 Dec
Why HR Managers Should Invest in Video for Employee and New-Hire Training

HR managers face the task of creating systems that keep employees in the building or under contract. High employee retention […]

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4 Dec
HR Managers: Build a Working Relationship Between Recruiting and New-Hire Onboarding

To new workers in your organization, the employee recruiting and new-hire onboarding processes essentially merge into one long process. If […]

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11 Oct
New-Hire Orientation Questions to Answer for Improved Employee Retention

The employee experience is exactly what it sounds like. It describes how employees experience working for your company, and it’s […]

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26 Sep
How Employee Training Videos Can Help During Open Enrollment

The open enrollment landscape has changed dramatically thanks to video communications technology like employee training videos. You might think of […]

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