Poll results: Do you have an on-boarding process at your company?
Here are the results of the poll in Newsletter #26
Do you have an on-boarding process at your company?
11,5% (No, there's no such thing)
23,4% (Yes, but it’s very short and poor)
32,6% (Yes, but it's pretty average)
32,5% (Yes, it’s very elaborate and a key part of our culture)
Total votes: 228
Most of you do have an on-boarding process, but it seems like there’s definitely room for some improvement.
On-boarding new hires should be a strategic process, staffing and HR experts say, because how employers handle the first few days and months of a new employee's experience is crucial to ensuring high retention. It can be one of the most critical factors in ensuring recently hired talent will be productive, contented workers.
The on-boarding process will be different for each organization, as needs, goals, and job skills differ. But the main goal is to integrate a new employee with the company policies, workflow and its culture, as well as getting them the tools and information needed to become a productive member of the team.
However, in some organizations, onboarding is often confused with orientation. While orientation might be necessary—paperwork and other routine tasks must be completed—on-boarding is a comprehensive process involving management and other employees that can last up to several months.
For more info see this old blogs:
From Self-Management To Team-Management (https://corporate-rebels.com/team-management/)
Research: 5 Kinds Of Social Networks Needed In (Self-Managing) Organisations (https://corporate-rebels.com/research-5-kinds-of-social-networks/)
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