You invest a lot of time and money recruiting and hiring the best. But what happens once your new employee arrives on their first day of work? Orientation and onboarding are the employees first view of the company culture and it's values. New hires generally decide within the first few days whether they are going to fit into a new role or decide to leave after a disastrous first day.
Orientation and onboarding goes beyond just having your employees complete paperwork. It engages, integrates and gets your new hires productive quicker — directly improving retention rates and the overall success of your organization. In this web class, you’ll learn the steps to creating an onboarding program that really works,
- Orientation versus Onboarding - what's the difference?
- Preparation work you need to do before your new employees’ first day
- A step-by-step approach to building an effective onboarding program
- 3 tips to get your new employees engaged in the company’s culture