In some organizations, the onboarding process is limited to the employee's first few days of work, and involves little more than filling out some payroll and benefits paperwork, and completing some training. In others, onboarding extends up to a year and is thought to start at the recruiting and hiring experience. And some still have no formal onboarding process at all.
Yet how you onboard a new employee can have a significant impact on both the employee's and your organization's success.
This eBook explores best practices that every organization should follow to build strong and lasting working relationships with new employees.