On Boarding Process Review

What is it?

Did you know that 22% of turnover occurs within the first 45 days of employment? Why? One reason is because our on boarding practices concentrate on the process—not the person.

In order to make the right first impression and lay a solid foundation for strong employee engagement you must win over their hearts and minds—quickly. You must help them to become as productive as possible as soon as possible. You must help them to sever emotional ties with their old employer and develop new ones with you.

Employee turnover is a very expensive exercise. The On Boarding Process Review teaches you how to help new staff settle into the team and become as productive as quickly as possible.

How does it work?

We help you establish a very robust framework and set up processes to accomplish the best employee onboarding possible.

You will learn:

How to break new staff’s old emotional ties and establish new ones

How to start on boarding with the offer

How to complete any administrative, process or procedure oriented work prior to Day 1

How to help the new employee become as productive as possible as soon as possible (starting with Day 1)

How to help them develop positive relationships with their co-workers and other stakeholders immediately

How to communicate well and often during the first 6 months

How to best manage through the probationary period

What are the results?

It costs between 50% and 200% to replace one employee. A proper on boarding process will translate into bottom line cost savings and productivity increases for you.

Our framework will provide you with:

Best practice offer procedures

A framework, including on boarding templates, to bring all new hires quickly up to speed with their new company, enable them to be more productive faster and to establish positive relationships immediately

A robust communication framework for the first 180 days

Several tips and techniques to help you help new staff cut ties to their old employer and quickly develop emotional ties to your company

You only have one chance to make a first impression. Use those first 90 days to engage their hearts and minds instead of helping them to immediately disengage.