We sometimes forget what a daunting task it is to start a new job at a new company. As business leaders, it is imperative that we empathize with our newest hires and make sure their first day on the job makes a good impression of our company.
With the high competition for skilled employees, how can organizations attract candidates who will not only want to work for them but who will hit the ground running once they’re hired? One strategy is pre-boarding.
Leading US venture capital firm Greycroft has co-led an AUD $5 million funding round in cloud based Australian HR-technology business Enboarder with Australian VC Our Innovation Fund.
While the onboarding process represents one small piece of an employee’s journey, we embrace the realization that employees make judgments and form opinions about their organization every single day – including the day they join our agency.
The biggest thing keeping chief information security officers (CISOs) up at night isn’t hackers or malware or even new regulations; it’s their own teams.
Organizations have become increasingly aware of the need to implement an effective onboarding program.
In 1950, Eileen Barton sang the hit “If I Knew You Were Comin’ I’d Have Baked a Cake,” which nearly 70 years later echoes the sentiment about how many organizations are welcoming new employees.