The majority of onboarding processes consist of a long list of tasks that both the hiring manager and the new hire must complete. While it should be an exciting time for both the organization and the new employee, according to SHRM, 20% of new hires report leaving their jobs between the first week and three months due to the voluminous amount of paperwork that needs to be completed and the constant barrage of new information.
While some aspects of onboarding will always be operational, it's critical to remember that onboarding is a new employee's first genuine interaction with your company. Therefore, if your onboarding process is lengthy and information-heavy by nature, you must be creative in how you complete your tasks and convey company and job information.
In this webinar, Carrie Missele will walk you through the process of developing an effective onboarding program and demonstrate how to:
- Simplify the onboarding process by dividing it into discrete, manageable steps and outlining what each part entails
- Provide information to new hires without overwhelming them
- Support and streamline the hiring manager's onboarding process
This is your chance to get a unique peek into the latest and greatest advancements in onboarding in an engaging, can't-miss session.
February 23, 2023 at 11:00 am PT, 2:00 pm ET, 7:00 pm BST
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