The Unrecognized Potential of On- And Off-Boarding: Getting the Most out of the Ondemand Economy
May 19, 2016 | Human Capital Institute
Onboarding and offboarding practices have become more important as employers need workers to ramp up quickly and organizations must tap into their employees’ network, knowledge, skills, and experience after they leave so it is not wasted. High-touch approaches, paired with technology, are keys to speeding the processes of onboarding and offboarding. These practices must be reshaped and prioritized to adhere to a rootless and flexible labor force, brought on by the growing on-demand economy. HCI and Oracle HCM partnered to study the perennial problem of onboarding and offboarding with a new urgent flavor, for organizations large and small.
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