Personal case studies and nuts-and-bolts examples of common blind spots that can obscure onboarding strategies
Where and when to identify blind spots
How to create a clear path to onboarding success
Techniques and tips to avoid common pitfalls associated with communication, cultural fit, and continuous follow-up
How to create long-lasting success by tapping into your existing pool of expert resources and knowledge
According to the Aberdeen Group, 90% of employees decide whether they want to stay at a company within the first six months of employment and as much as 20% of employee turnover happens within the first 45 days of employment.
Onboarding is important, companies know it's important, but many of us are still failing to implement strong and consistent programs - it’s not for lack of effort, technology or talent. The real issues blocking onboarding success lie in the blind spots.
Quickly providing value during the onboarding experience can dramatically impact employee commitment, contribution, retention and ultimately, the successful transfer of their knowledge back into the company’s knowledge pool.