Management can help new hires get acclimated, boost productivity, and reduce turnover by working with new employees to break the immense onboarding task into manageable pieces that progress toward mastery. Management experts call these bite-sized targets SMART goals.
As an employer, you cannot expect the remote work “trend” to fade away anytime soon. It’s time to adapt your practices to remote and hybrid workforces, starting at the very beginning — onboarding.
Positive onboarding experiences result in comfortable, satisfied employees. Bad onboarding makes employees feel disoriented and like they made a mistake. Here are some innovative ways to improve your organization’s onboarding experience to boost employee retention.
For many years, employees have resigned in great numbers. Usually the culprit is easy to figure out: bad pay, bad managers, or bad onboarding. In this post we’re going to fit the last one, once and for all. Here are five super simple onboarding tips.
We’re past the initial scramble of companies and HR managers desperate to improve training video content, challenged to reach remote workers. Today, organizations have produced more engaging employee training content to help new workers hit the ground running. For those companies in a position to
Customers and corporate clients respond to video in advertising. Video conferencing makes employee and internal communication easier. Explainer videos for training and onboarding processes are growing in popularity. Creating and maintaining video content is getting easier and more cost effective. These and other video communication
Employee offboarding rarely gets the attention employee onboarding does, and that’s a huge mistake. A documented, formal offboarding process, even for remote employees, prevents legal and security issues. It can provide feedback for improving processes and leaves the door open for some employees to return
HR managers face the task of creating systems that keep employees in the building or under contract. High employee retention saves resources. Those resources can then be put to a better use than recruiting, onboarding and training batches of replacement employees every three months. With
To new workers in your organization, the employee recruiting and new-hire onboarding processes essentially merge into one long process. If you’re a recruiter or HR manager, you have to manage these separate processes while keeping that employee experience in mind. In order to create a
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