High-performing organizations take a more human approach to virtual employee onboarding. They are creating experiences that prioritize introducing company culture and values, forming social connections, and building and fostering community.
Employee onboarding and employee orientation are two different animals, but too many managers make no distinction between the two.
What entry-level talent lack in experience, they make up for in ambition, grit, digital savviness, fresh perspectives, diverse experiences and so much more. Investing in an entry-level talent strategy makes the difference in your company’s innovation.
In order to avoid pitfalls, it is important to take a deep dive into your onboarding programs and consider when new hires are receiving mandatory training. As you do so, here are four items to consider. The first item to consider is time.
Digital transformation (DT) is happening all over the world and all around us, every day. International companies that seek to adapt and excel in the ever-changing digital landscape are looking for ways to hit the moving target of continual change.