Employers – If your onboarding process involves little more than paperwork, you’re missing out on a crucial opportunity to ramp up your new employees faster and lay a solid foundation for their long-lasting success on your team.
The primary goal of your onboarding process is to create long-term, successful employees. An onboarding process that gives them a thorough understanding of their role will empower them, and let them put their full effort into excelling. As a result, your company gets a strong performer who’ll be more likely to stay satisfied and engaged.
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Employer's Guide to Better Onboarding
The onboarding process should span the new employee’s first three months, and should even start before the employee’s first day. It’s important to develop a comprehensive plan for this process, and what’s expected at each stage. The costs of improper employee onboarding are staggering, but sticking to solid practices pays off in a big way. It does take discipline to create a thorough plan and see it through. When you put in the effort, though, you’ll develop engaged employees who are committed to your company’s success.
If you’re feeling daunted about creating an employee onboarding program for your company or department, a professional employer organization like Staff Leasing can help you develop a detailed plan that creates better outcomes for new hires. Contact our team.