Onboard your new hires properly and them will succeed

Even with great onboarding programs, organisations need to be understand the power of informal interactions between new employees and their managers

Inboarding Team
May 7 · 2 min read

An article published at Harvard Business School show how your new hires won’t succeed unless you onboard them properly, show metrics and researches that can help you to improve your onboarding process.

Many organisations consider the onboarding process only in the first days, however, researches show that on average employees spending from six months to one year to be fully productive. It is also during this time that organisations have more turnover.

The first three to six months — ­­ when new hires are particularly susceptible to turnover — ­­ are most critical

A new hire’s manager is one of the most important people in the onboarding experience, and the manager’s support will directly improve a new employee’s chances of staying engaged and succeeding. This is very important because it means that effective onboarding programs must take into account not just the employee experience but also the hiring managers.


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