Sandra Charton on Improving the Onboarding Process for Employees

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FOUR TIPS FOR IMPROVING YOUR ONBOARDING PROCESS


Attracting talented people is key to your organization’s overall success. But what do you do once you have found the right employees? You onboard them! Onboarding new employees is an important process for ensuring that everyone is set up to thrive in their jobs. If you worry that your onboarding process is lacking a certain pizzazz, here are some tips to spruce it up: Sandra Charton | SandraCharton.com


Have a Plan

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Start thinking about onboarding before your new employee accepts the position so that the transition is smooth. Have a comprehensive onboarding strategy tailored to different departments, teams, and jobs. The onboarding process should last from the time a new employee signs a contract until the end of any type of trial or probationary period.


Train the Onboarders

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You can’t have a successful onboarding process unless your train those who are involved in the procesMake sure to review all necessary information that needs to be covered during the onboarding period, e.g., introducing the company and its mission, setting expectations, and explaining daily job tasks.


Make the Employee Experience #1

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If you want employees to stay with the organization, make sure to perfect the employee experience. rom day one, employees view what happens at work as a combined experience that impacts life in and out of the office.


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