For businesses with limited resources, a good onboarding program is a wise investment to ensure your new recruits are set up for success:
⇾ It boosts productivity. Studies show that a strong onboarding program can boost new hire productivity by 70%.
⇾ It helps you retain more employees. Organizations with a strong onboarding process improve new hire retention by 82%.
⇾ It builds culture. Cultivating a strong culture in your workplace takes time. If you can’t retain employees, that process takes even longer. With a structured onboarding program, employees are 58% more likely to be with your company after three years.
Take advantage of the onboarding resources below to bolster your own program and improve the employee experience for your team.
Good onboarding programs educate and engage employees so they become productive members of your organization. The benefits to your business are many. Strong onboarding programs can:
Looking to build a case for change and improve your onboarding program? Keep reading to learn why these seven benefits matter and how to build a better experience for your new recruits.
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Making the right impression will not only make your employee feel prepared for the new job, but will ensure that they feel comfortable and welcome at your organization.
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Learning from others’ best practices can be a great way to enhance your own onboarding program. That’s why earlier this year we hosted a live webinar with two Zenefits customers who aced the onboarding game. In the webinar, we polled attendees to hear who is responsible for onboarding at their organization. From the 283 respondents, here’s what we learned:
At most small businesses, onboarding ownership is shared. Managers, executives and individual contributors are working together to provide new hires with the tools and education to hit the ground running.
Looking for suggestions to maximize the team’s impact on new hire experience? Keep reading to find out what examples our featured guests had to share.
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Breaking the ice with a new hire can be difficult for existing employees. But at The Channel Company, Vice President of HR Erika McGrath has found a clever way to fix this problem.
“When I give candidates their offers, I always ask them what their favorite candy is. I don’t tell them why I’m asking, but on their first day in the office, we fill a big bowl with all of their favorite candy and put it on their desk. This makes it easy for people in the office to come by, grab some candy, and maybe start a conversation with someone new,” McGrath explains.
Keep reading to find out more uncommon but memorable ways to super-charge your onboarding process.
Building an effective onboarding program takes time and careful planning. But you can move faster and see ROI sooner by starting with the right strategy, and following up with a time-based implementation plan that benefits both employee and employer.
The Definitive Guide to Onboarding: The First 30 Days helps you do exactly that. In the process of reading it, you’ll learn how to:
You also get resources like worksheets, checklists, and email templates to help you optimize every stage of the onboarding process. Get started today by downloading the full guide here.
You’re in for a treat. On Thursday, Sept 22nd @ 2pm ET, our own Elizabeth Pierce, Director of Training & Development at Zenefits, and Corey Berkey, Director of HR at Jazz, will be hosting a webinar and leading attendees through a step-by-step implementation guide to a successful onboarding process. Learn how to:
Even if you can’t make the event live, we’ll send a link to the recording.