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.

11 Sep
How Diversity and Inclusion Is Evolving

You probably haven’t heard of Roman I. Hruska, especially in a diversity and inclusion context. That might be because he’s […]

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6 Sep
Why the First Five Days Are Crucial in Employee Onboarding

At this point in the employee-onboarding process, new hires are unlikely to walk away. You might have issues with some […]

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15 Jul
Opportunities to Utilize Employee Training Videos

Employee training videos can be excellent supplements to the on-the-job training every employee goes through when starting a new job. […]

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28 May
The Recruitment and Retention Toolbox

Human resources personnel have many skills in their arsenal, yet these days, recruitment and retention might be the most important […]

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13 May
Automated New-Hire Orientation: Where HR and Video Fit In

New-hire orientation is a difficult process to do well. HR teams working on employee onboarding initiatives, especially in a time […]

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19 Apr
The Hard Work of Soft Skills

It might be time to stop calling them “soft skills,” because interacting and communicating with others is probably the most […]

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