How leading companies are designing onboarding programs
The four onboarding principles that lead to better talent and organizational outcomes
The people and performance (and, yes, paperwork) components of a successful onboarding program
In most organizations, onboarding activities stop after the first week; this is not nearly enough time to orient, prepare, and develop a new hire to be successful in their new position. HR practitioners and leaders see the value in onboarding as a continuation of a positive candidate experience and an essential element to reduce time to proficiency. In this webcast, we detail successful onboarding practices, budgets, stakeholders, challenges, and outcomes from our 2016 research. We pair case studies with research in this dynamic presentation.
Onboarding is important, companies know it's important, but many of us are still failing to implement strong and consistent programs. Join the conversation for a deep dive on onboarding challenges and overwhelming successes.
August 3, 2016 | Jenny Chisnell, Content Analyst, HCI
Onboarding is both an art and a science. Poor onboarding contributes to a shockingly high attrition rate among recent hires. In this HCI infographic, learn more about onboarding challenges and their solutions, along with links to ...