There’s a reason one-third of new employees look for another job within 6 months of getting hired, and it’s not because they just can’t get enough of filling out job applications. It’s because many organizations lack formalized, systematic onboarding procedures.
As an employer, you need to adequately train and prepare your new employees, so each hire feels welcomed, knows what is expected of them, and understands the company’s culture and mission. Otherwise, expect high rates of turnover to continue costing your organization money and talent.
The good news is that effective onboarding is as easy as A-B-C—or, rather, C-C-C-C-C. The “5 C’s” of onboarding refer to compliance, clarification, culture, connection, and check back. Take a look at why each C is a crucial process, critical step, and central core competency of onboarding:
To provide a truly above-average employment experience, you’ll need to go beyond the C’s. There’s a whole alphabet of best practices out there.
Join Hireology, Compli, and Innovative Auto HR for a free webinar webinar all about onboarding best practices. You’ll learn…
- how to find and hire the best talent out there,
- how to use technology to train and orient your new hires efficiently,
- how to establish an effective onboarding program through real-world examples.
Why does employee experience matter? Let’s count the ways:
1. Slow hiring stifles growth.
2. Bad hires hurt bottom lines.
3. Slow onboarding delays productivity.
4. Bad onboarding creates poor customer experiences.
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