1:00 PM ET. Best Practices in Onboarding and Employee Orientation. Michael Moretti Sr. Staffing Analyst HR.com firstname.lastname@example.org. Introduction Definition of Onboarding & Orientation Case Study Designing the Process Mechanics of the Process The Return on Investment Top Ten Objectives
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Sr. Staffing Analyst
on boarding and orientation of new hires?
Onboarding is the process that starts with the first contact of a potential new hire - building and establishing engagement earlier in the employment stage and continuing after the traditional orientation program ends.
The Orientation program is a part of or one stage of the more comprehensive on boarding process.
The is the stage designed to educate new hires about your company and more specifically about their job functions.
These programs need to be consistently applied to all new employees and are usually spread out over a number of days.
Stage One – “The Pre-Offer”
Stage Four - “The Orientation Program” U.K. found that 4% of new hires had such a disastrous first day that they never went back.
Comprehensive Tour might include:
Stage Four Continued - “The Orientation Program” – Specific to the Role
Tour Modules might include:
Stage Five – “Post Orientation” Specific to the Role
How do you measure your ROI?
$ Cost Avoidance
1. Streamlined Cost and Time Efficiencies Specific to the Role
Large variable costs associated with implementing onboarding & orientation programs
2. Maximized new employee performance Specific to the Role
3. Reduced Turnover Specific to the Role
(Based on $40K per year)
A comprehensive, extended onboarding process is essential to ensuring your new hires become effective – faster.
Recognize the distinction between Onboarding and Orientation.
Stage One – The Pre-Offer: Make first impressions count Specific to the Role
Stage Two – Extending the Offer
Stage Three – The First Day: Capitalize on a new employee’s enthusiasm.
Stage Four – The Orientation Program employee’s enthusiasm.
Stage Five – Post-Orientation employee’s enthusiasm.
Ensure a system is in place to measure your ROI.
Maximize the use of technology employee’s enthusiasm.
Goals of an effective Onboarding process
Sr. Staffing Analyst