What to Do When Employees Are Disengaged During Onboarding

A highly engaged workforce can make all the difference in helping a company reach its goals. Teams who land in the top 20 percent of engagement have 41 percent less absenteeism and 59 percent less turnover.1 But while employee engagement is critical to a company’s success, it eludes many organizations: just 15 percent of employees consider themselves engaged with their job.2

Disengagement starts early, in many cases, as soon as a new employee is hired on. They accept the position, come in excited, and are quickly overwhelmed by work or bored by a long, tedious onboarding program. That disengagement can follow employees throughout their tenure at a company, hurting productivity and increasing turnover.

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