The benefits of successful onboarding are clear — so how can you ensure your onboarding strategies are effectively retaining employees? In this article, you'll learn how effective onboarding can be leveraged as a successful employee retention strategy.
If deployed effectively, post-hire skills assessments can help employers reduce new hires’ time to proficiency and work to help new hires feel valued by the organization and acclimated in their new role. Learn more in this article.
Let’s take a look at three stages in the employee lifecycle and how personalized learning can help set employees up for long-term success.
Project-based learning is an experiential form of learning that allows new hires to learn by doing. On a team with seasoned employees, new hires can gain hands-on experience of company processes by troubleshooting and collaborating.
We’ve all started new jobs and felt inundated with mountains of paperwork and meetings in the first week. And for many, these feelings of isolation accumulate during the onboarding process — and can make or break their journey with the company.
The onboarding phase of employment should include more than generic corporate training and human resources (HR) checklists — it should be a time of deep learning for new employees where they can hone their skills.
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.
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.
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.