How To Improve Your Employee Onboarding Process In 5 Simple Steps

Does your organization have a process for new employee onboarding? How do you make sure you collect every form, provide all credentials, and assign the right training material?

The steps you take to get a new hire set up with their role, responsibilities, and credentials are your onboarding process, and it’s not as easy as it might first sound.

Training a new hire from a starter to a proficient team member is a long road, with tons of tiny things to remember. No matter how hard you try, holding all of these tasks in your head isn’t viable at scale.

A structured and documented onboarding program makes employees 69% more likely to stay with the company for three years, which reduces the cost of hiring and training.

A good onboarding experience also helps new employees fit in and get oriented with their surroundings, so it would follow that workers feel that onboarding is essential. One-fifth of workers surveyed by Christine Marino reported that the lack of a good onboarding process aided their decision to quit.

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