An employee’s effectiveness, satisfaction, loyalty, productivity and length of employment are all established in the early days of a job.
There are some practical and applicable steps you can take in the first 90 days to make a positive impression on your employee, help them learn their new position well, and set them up for the growth and opportunities to come.
Tales and training managers are finding ways to get their new reps up-to-speed more quickly and successfully. Two key factors play a part in this shift: on-the-job training and coaching.
Is there a more efficient method of onboarding new employees that also makes them emotionally invested? A technique that significantly reduces their learning curve? A strategy that cuts down on your work but provides more bang for your HR buck?
Is your onboarding program an integrated process that combines high touch with high tech and manager involvement?
Thoughtful, personalized, 360-degree job training with an emphasis on human connection and company culture can significantly impact your business bottom line.
So, what’s the real value of a great employee onboarding program? Here’s a good starting point.