Onboarding

The Costs of Poor Onboarding

From “all aboard!” to “huh?”—a poor employee onboarding process has a real financial impact on employers. Here’s what you lose when new hires feel unprepared. Today’s employers could learn a lesson from the conductors and captains of yore. No, I’m not talking about growing a mustache. I’m talking about systematizing the employee onboarding process. Imagine …

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New Resource: The Hireology Onboarding Playbook

Effective onboarding is essential to any new employee’s success. But many businesses don’t have a set onboarding process in place, which can lead to new hires spending a significant amount of time filling out administrative paperwork during their first day or week. This onboarding playbook will teach you best practices to improve your onboarding process. …

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How Automated Onboarding Can Save Your HR Team Time and Money

To ensure any new employee’s success, effective onboarding is critical. But many businesses and HR leaders don’t have a set onboarding process and find it stressful and time consuming. Disjointed onboarding can leave new employees feeling frustrated and harm your business as a whole – in the rush to get an employee onboarded, you might …

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The Home Health Employee Onboarding Guide

A key way to keep home health employees engaged once they’re hired is following a strong new employee onboarding program. Our research shows that new hires are 69 percent more likely to stay with their employer for longer than three months when they go through a formal onboarding process. The Difference between Orientation and Onboarding …

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