Employee On Boarding

Employee On boarding is the process of integrating employees into their new work environment and overseeing their progress during that critical first year. It is the last stage of the recruitment process and is the first step toward retention. It goes beyond the orientation program and is the process of aligning, assimilating, integrating, and transitioning a new employee by focusing on:

    • A strong employer welcome

 

    • Affirming employees right choice in a job

 

    • Affirming that employee fits in to the organization

 

Your employees make a commitment to you and your organization when they accept an offer of employment. At the same time, you have made a commitment to them as a valued part of your workforce. Orientation is an introductory stage in the on boarding process of new employee and must be a component of the on-boarding process. However, many organizations stop at the employee orientation and conclude any formal program within the first few weeks of employment.

 

TYPICAL ORIENTATION ON-BOARDING
Transactional Focus and goals Strategic focus and goals
Less than one week Includes first year
Owned and executed by HR Dept Integrates multiple departments, functions and individuals
Addresses some new employee needs Addresses all new employee needs – from information, equipment and accounts to training and networking
Employee attends Employee is active participant with vested interest in success
Results new employee with completed paperwork and some general information Results successful first year for new employees – maximizes employee engagement and retention

 

ON BOARDING IMPACT ON ROI

  • The cost of losing an employee in the first year is estimated to be at least three times the salary
  • New employees who went through a structured on-boarding program were 58% more likely to be with the organization after three years
  • 22% of staff turnover occurs in the first 45 days of employment
  • Many companies leave executive on-boarding to chance and as a result experience failure rates in excess of 50% when it come to retaining new executive talent
  • Let HR Axis help you develop an employee on-boarding process that will :
  • Increase employee job satisfaction levels
  • Results in higher retention of high-performing employees
  • Foster continued employee engagement and commitment
  • Lead to faster time-to-productivity

 

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