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Six Employee Onboarding Strategies to Follow

HR Tech Outlook Europe | Tuesday, May 18, 2021

A mentor program will help reinforce knowledge, preparation, and policies while also providing professional development guidance.

FREMONT, CA: HR practitioners go to great lengths to attract and retain the best applicants, from testing and branding campaigns to procurement approaches and job technologies. The recruiting process is far from over until the offer letter is signed. It's just the beginning. Here are six employee onboarding strategies

Strong First Impression

First impressions are crucial. In the initial few weeks of a new career, employees assess the business more carefully. If the experience is compatible with the hiring process, trust is built.

Create a Plan

Create a year-long plan that involves detailed goals and objectives for work tasks and duties. Clarify responsibilities and establish connections between new hires and management and working groups.

Leverage Onboarding Technology

New workers will have an immersive onboarding experience thanks to technology and workflows. Use an onboarding platform to assist with the process by providing valuable resources, including employee handbooks, business terms, videos, and photos of team members. Employees will use access to speed up networking and get a head start on paperwork and other start-up tasks before their first day on the job.

Assign a Mentor

New workers should have a point of contact for assistance at any stage of the onboarding process. A mentor program will help reinforce knowledge, preparation, and policies while also providing professional development guidance.

Include Career Development

Employers who support career growth appreciate the importance of incorporating it into the onboarding process. It sends the message that the organization cares about and is investing in the professional development of its employees.

Build a Feedback Process

Employers who support career growth recognize the importance of including it in the onboarding process. It communicates that the company is concerned with and invested in the professional development of its employees.

 

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