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Transcript of ONBOARDING
Dr. Eileen Kaplan ONBOARDING WHAT IS ONBOARDING?
Definition : A strategic process of bringing a new
employee to the organization and providing information,
training, mentoring, and coaching throughout the
transition. BASICS OF ONBOARDING WHY IS ONBOARDING IMPORTANT? ONBOARDING PROS CONS INCREASES EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT
INTEGRATES NEW HIRES INTO THE CORPORATE CULTURE
IMPROVES CURRENT EMPLOYEE MORALE
REDUCES NEW HIRE TURNOVER
PREVENTS FUTURE SPENDING IN RE-RECRUITING AND RE-TRAINING NOT EVERY ONBOARDING PROGRAM IS EFFECTIVE AS OTHERS
MAY OVERWHELM SOME EMPLOYEES ONBOARDING PROCESS AT JP MORGAN CHASE PREPARATION ORIENTATION INTEGRATION FOLLOW-UP ONBOARDING ENGAGEMENT HOW WAS YOUR ONBOARDING EXPERIENCE IN YOUR PAST OR CURRENT WORKPLACE?
IN YOUR OPINION, WHAT IS AN EFFECTIVE ONBOARDING PROCESS? QUESTIONS Thank you ! APPROXIMATELY A 90-DAY PROCESS OF ORIENTING AND INTEGRATING NEW HIRES
DEVELOPS THE BEHAVIORS THAT WILL BE THE FOUNDATION OF AN EMPLOYEE'S LONG TERM SUCCESS
ALSO KNOWN AS ORGANIZATIONAL SOCIALIZATION Dramatic effect on job performance and satisfaction, organizational commitment, and retention.
Boost employee's confidence