New onboarding research: How to set up new hires for success
Onboarding is being recognized as a critical step for employee engagement and new-hire retention, but most organizations are unsure the best way to create an impactful onboarding process. Make the most of your onboarding process. The Human Capital Institute (HCI) and Kronos have partnered together to explore the current state of onboarding, what’s working for companies and what remains a challenge and identify helpful how-to’s, and actionable recommendations for creating an efficient approach to capitalizing on the energy and passion of your new hires.
Other thought leadership from Kronos:
• Why onboarding is a critical component for employee engagement and new hire retention
• The 3 P’s (People, Performance, Paperwork) of onboarding you can’t overlook
• How to design onboarding programs with specific goals and success measurements
• How to delegate tasks cross functionally to ease burdens on the manager and smaller teams
• Recognize the reasons as to why onboarding may be underutilized at your organization
• Build an effective onboarding program from the ground up with minimal budget allocation
• Gain stakeholder commitment for your program by understanding the common challenges for onboarding
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