Onboarding for performance
The hiring process can be lengthy and costly. Truly great managers understand how important it is to hire the best people and retain them.
"The relationship between new employees and their manager is the determining factor in whether the new employee stays with the organization."
- Aberdeen Group Research Co
Implementing a good onboarding program is like taking out insurance on your new hire. It ensures that new hires are engaged and accelerates the time to full productivity.
Use a new employee onboarding checklist
Download your free checklist to make sure you implement a good onboarding program. This ensures that your new hire:
- Works hard to deliver what you want,
- Doesn't leave the company, leaving you in the lurch and,
- Doesn't disrupt the team, leaving you to pick up the pieces.
According to the US Labor Department it costs on average 30% of a new hire's annual salary to replace him/ her. Those costs increase the higher up in the organization the turnover occurs. With such a god return on investment can you afford not to onboard your new hires?