|New Hire Onboarding: Practical Advice to Boost Performance & Retention
It’s Day One. Do you know where your new employee is?
You work so hard to make a favorable impression on job candidates. But what happens when they show up for work? How are you handling the employee’s first hour, first day, first week and first months on the job?
The truth is, a “sink or swim” onboarding process doesn’t work. Research shows that employees who are part of a structured onboarding program are 69% more likely to remain with the company after three years than those who are not.
Yet most employers devote less time to planning their onboarding procedures than they do their holiday party … a mistake that costs greatly in your bottom line and reputation.
This engaging new training will teach you a step-by-step practical onboarding plan for new employees’ first six months. The result: Accelerate performance, improve engagement and boost retention.
Specifically, you’ll learn:
- The 6 critical steps of onboarding and how to implement them
- Key onboarding actions for the first day, first week, first 90 days and first year
- How to shift your onboarding focus for employees of different generations
- The 10 most common mistakes of orientation programs, and how to avoid them
- Best orientation practices from the best companies (IBM, PepsiCo, etc.)
- Onboarding steps to take before Day One
Employees who feel challenged, empowered and acknowledged during the first six months will reward your company with loyalty and productivity. Those who feel overlooked and marginalized will leave for greener pastures.
Your organization has a new-hire onboarding process, whether it’s managed or not. What impact do your actions have on productivity and retention? Isn’t it time you found out?
Editorial Director, Business Management Daily
P.S. Your satisfaction is unconditionally guaranteed. If New Hire Onboarding fails to meet your needs, we will refund every penny you paid—no hassles, no questions asked.
| About the Speaker:
Amy Hirsh Robinson, MBA, is principal of the Interchange Group and a leading expert on onboarding and the impact of generational differences in the workplace. She consults to companies such as Electronic Arts, DisneyABC and Southern California Edison on strategies to successfully attract, retain and manage top talent. Amy is a popular speaker and author on the topic of onboarding, and has been cited and quoted in publications such as Forbes, The Los Angeles Times and the Huffington Post.
|Who Should Listen:
- HR professionals
- Supervisors and managers
- Office managers
- Business owners