Successful onboarding begins long before your new employee starts his or her employment.
Onboarding is the “Starter kit” to help your new employee perform and succeed quickly. It is also an important part of your Employer Branding.
Successful onboarding means engaged and motivated employees – Engaged and motivated employees mean higher efficiency – Higher efficiency means saving time – time you can spend on creating your new company ambassador.
An onboarding strategy will cover:
- Preboarding – create excitement and relationship with your new hire.
- An introduction to the company history, its vision, and core values.
- The organizational structure of the company
- A clear definition of goals and expectations “A goal setting guide”
- Guidelines of how to measure the success
The objective is to give the new employee a good experience prior to and during the start up.
You have 90 days to make a successful onboarding. Do you have your onboarding strategy in order?
If not, please let me help you.