Once a job seeker gets hired, the onboarding process is the first real experience they have with your company. So far, they’ve most likely only met a few people and done a few interviews, and now comes the fun part – getting them up to speed, integrating them into your workforce, and giving them the tools they need to succeed.
With the average US employer spending $4,000 and 24 days to hire a new employee, it’s important that HR leaders have an effective onboarding strategy that can lower costs, ensure company culture fit, increase retention rates, and make for a more positive employee experience. We’re here to help!
Our new guide includes the strategies and checklists you need as a comms leader to ensure your new hire onboarding efforts go smoothly and productively, including:
- Why pre-boarding employees is a vital first step
- All the items you need to take care of on an employee’s first day
- How to automate and standardize your onboarding workflow
- Ways to break all those onboarding tasks into manageable chunks with appropriate deadlines
- Why (and how) you need to measure and track your annual and two-year retention rates to analyze onboarding success
- The onboarding mistakes you will want to avoid, and what can happen if you don’t!
Our strategies and checklists will help you set up an onboarding program that works for every worker, from the CEO down to the new hire, so everyone is on the same page and working towards a common goal – the success of your organization.