For early-career hires, defining otherwise informally communicated expectations gives them a fair shot at success.
The fact is traditional onboarding programs, while effective for most of the employee population, fall short at the executive level. Onboarding members of the leadership team requires a unique approach — one geared more toward integration.
Instilling the ability to navigate change within the organization’s culture should be a key aim of an onboarding program.
Organizations are looking for strategic growth opportunities, and the companies that thrive are engaging and retaining their talent pool through effective onboarding and training.
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.