Monday, August 30, 2010

September 16 Webinar: New Hire Onboarding

For employers, making a good first impression through the recruitment process is essential. But managers are often so driven to find talent that they forget to reinforce that positive impression during the new hire’s first year on the job. In other words, they neglect to think about what will happen once the employee shows up ready for work.

Employee onboarding (the process of integrating new hires into an organization) is taking on a new priority as demographic shifts gather steam and the economy begins to recover. Research shows that companies that invest in a structured onboarding process for new employees experience dramatic increases in revenue, customer satisfaction and employee retention, productivity and engagement. Yet most employers devote less time and money to their onboarding process than they do to their holiday party. A mistake that costs organizations greatly both in bottom line and reputation.

Join us for another popular Interchange Group webinar as we explore strategic insights and practical guidelines for designing simple onboarding programs that accelerate performance and boost retention. Learning outcomes include:

  • The generational imperative for new hire onboarding
  • The importance of cultural adaptation in increasing performance and retention
  • The 6 critical steps of onboarding and how to implement them
  • Key phases and activities to consider when designing your onboarding process
  • Common mistakes made with orientation programs and how to avoid them

Every employer has a new hire onboarding process, whether they manage it or not. What impact do your practices have on your employees' productivity and retention? Isn’t it time you found out?

Click here to register.


  1. i got clear idea about the employee onboarding .Its a very good process..

    New hire onboarding

  2. Wonderful post! I think the actual effective office manager is excellent in determining their employees' advantages as well as applauding all of them each and every occasionally.
    employee performance