The Hiring Manager's Guide to Onboarding
Companies in the U.S. spend an average of $10,731 getting new hires up to speed. Even with so much money spent, 25% of all recruits leave before the end of their first year. Those are astounding numbers. A good onboarding procedure can save companies money by helping new hires become more productive, much more quickly. If an employee feels like they have found their “fit” in the organization, they are much less likely to move on.
With larger companies, the onboarding process is even more important. There is more to learn and it is easier for new hires to get lost in the crowd and slip through the cracks. Recruitment failures rapidly multiply across large companies causing significant losses in money and productivity.
By downloading this onboarding guide you will learn:
What to do when new employees enter the company.
What onboarding looks like.
How to implement the onboarding process.
- The do's and don'ts of onboarding.