Employee onboarding is taking on a new priority as generational shifts gather steam and the new economy takes hold. Research shows that companies that invest in a structured onboarding process experience dramatic increases in business performance and employee retention, productivity and engagement. Most employers, however, devote little time to their onboarding process, a mistake that costs them greatly both in bottom line and reputation.
This webcast will provide strategic insights and practical guidelines for designing and executing onboarding programs that accelerate business performance, organizational change and talent retention. Learning objectives include:
The 6 critical steps of onboarding and how to implement them
Onboarding Millennials for maximum retention
The 3 essential elements of your new employee orientation
8 key pitfalls to avoid during the first 90 days
Navigating organizational culture to create star performers
Blog | Author: Amy Hirsh Robinson, Interchange Group | Source: HCI
| Published:June 19, 2014
Recent media coverage of Sheryl Sandberg’s book, Lean In, highlights the roles of women in the workplace and the bias and unfairness experienced by female professionals. Sandberg’s powerful message is, however, distinctly shaded by her own generational lens and her experience with feminism. Her “mission to reboot” feminism and to reframe discussions on gender, distinctly reflect her Generation X values of autonomy and work-life balance, and misses the mark with Millennial women, who do not see gender inequality in the workplace and are either confused or annoyed at the negativity they think older generations bring to the subject.
Amy Hirsh Robinson lays the foundation for new economy succession planning using three cornerstones for success. First it is important that succession planning is kept as simple as possible. Over complication can lead to paralysis by analysis. ...