December 16, 2014

Onboarding Pain Points for New Employees

In our work with many client companies, we have found that onboarding is often put on the back burner. Too many leaders believe onboarding is such a low impact function that it gets neglected. No one is really in charge of the process and employers have no clue how harmful this can be to their employer brand.

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Onboarding, New Hire, Paperless Onboarding, Employee Onboarding

October 29, 2014

A Clear View of the Talent Lifecycle: Onboarding [Part 3]

 

There are two main components in all successful onboarding programs. On one hand, you have the acculturation of the new employee – the human side of onboarding. The other component is the paperwork and compliance side of onboarding. Both are vital, and both require the right tools to maximize efficiency.

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Onboarding, Paperless Onboarding, Employee Onboarding, Talent Lifecycle

July 24, 2014

Why the Human Side of Onboarding is the Most Important Side

 

Most readers of this blog are recruiters or HR professionals. When these professionals see the word “onboarding” they think compliance, policy and the paperwork triathlon that seem to go into creating a complete file. Although vital, this is only one side of the process; the human side of onboarding is just as vital, if not more.

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Onboarding, New Hire, New Hire Goals, Employee Training, Paperless Onboarding, Employee Onboarding

June 10, 2014

Goal Alignment and the Contingent Workforce

 

As the contingent workforce continues to grow at a rapid pace, employers are faced with the realization that these short-term workers come with their own unique set of requirements. Although this realization is facing employers, they aren’t necessarily taking notice.

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HRTech, Onboarding, Paperless, Goal Alignment, Talent Alignment, Transparency, Accountability, Total System Integration, Contingent Workforce

April 17, 2014

Incredible Performance Starts with Onboarding

 

Are you familiar with the term “Breakeven Point”? It’s the point at which gains equal losses. Each new employee hits a breakeven point at different times, unless of course they decide to leave the organization before reaching it. Obviously, the faster that point is reached, the more return on investment the employer gets from their worker. 

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Onboarding, Paperless, Goal Alignment, Company Culture, Productivity, Turnover, ROI

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