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Onboarding Talent Management

Talent Success Toolkit Lesson 3: Onboarding

July 20, 2018
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In part two, we discussed the importance of candidate experience and how to implement automation into the process for highest efficiency. For part three, we’re bringing the selected A Players through the front doors of the company for a formal welcome. Effective onboarding comes with two main components outside of training in their new role:

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  1. Welcoming the employee to your company culture, values and team
  2. Taking them through the paperwork and making sure they have what they need to do their job (i.e. computer, desk, business cards, software, etc.)

Successful onboarding processes get your employees up and running efficiently and set the stage for their experience with the organization. Because of this, the onboarding process is a pivotal stage to impacting the tenure of each employee with the company. In fact, 46% of HR professionals say retention is their top challenge. Additionally, 20% of turnover happens within the first 45 days, which is largely due to improper or poor onboarding processes.

In this video, we will cover the most important pieces of a well-oiled onboarding process, including:

  • Paperless Onboarding
  • Updated Form Libraries
  • Smart Forms
  • Automated Notifications
  • Legal Electronic Signature Documents

Watch part three of the Talent Management Toolkit to learn more about these essential onboarding aspects.

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