Those first few days, hours, and yes, even minutes, shape very deeply how an employee thinks of their employer — and if they’ll stay with the company long term.
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A new hire training program is essential for ensuring that new employees have the tools to succeed in their role and are prepared to fulfill their responsibilities.
New hire training can help form the initial foundation to enable an organization’s continuous L&D initiatives. With a solid training and coaching plan in effect, businesses in any industry have the power to continuously develop their workers.
Creating onboarding training materials can be an investment for your company and can pay dividends in helping you grow more easily and to scale in the future.
Remote work is the new normal, so in order to keep up with trends, employers should learn how to deliver an effective onboarding experience remotely to retain new hires.
In this article, you will learn how you can create an onboarding program that empowers new hires to be active learners in their own onboarding experience by developing a self-paced training curriculum.
Aside from the screening and selection process, onboarding is the first real taste that new employees get of life within your organization.
In this article, learn how to incorporate one-on-one coaching in the onboarding process to provide new hires with a point of contact for help and feedback as well as someone to help them become connected to the organization and their role.
Adaptive learning in onboarding can provide new hires with the skills and knowledge they need to readily perform in their specific role. Follow these three easy-to-follow steps on how to revitalize your employee onboarding program with adaptive learning.