Tag: new hire

How to Keep New Employees from Leaving in their First 90 Days

How to Keep New Employees from Leaving in their First 90 Days

Do I stay or do I go? That’s the question employees are asking themselves within their first 90 days. Sure, there’s a point in every job, when you wonder if this is really the path worth continuing, or is it time to move on. However, as a new hire, it’s natural to think even more […]

Communication Tips for New Hire Surveys

Communication Tips for New Hire Surveys

When your company commits to having a successful new hire onboarding survey project, you need to commit to having a strong internal communication plan around the ongoing survey. When running a new hire survey, you want to be able to hear as many voices as possible and communication is key to getting as many people […]

Leadership as a Factor in New Employee Onboarding

Leadership as a Factor in New Employee Onboarding

Leadership’s Role in Employee Onboarding The employee onboarding experience is the one of the greatest opportunities in the talent acquisition process to put your best foot forward. It’s the chance to get to know your employee and for them to get to know the organization in a way that will earn their loyalty for staying […]

Orientation Alone Isn’t Enough: You Need an Onboarding Process to Keep New Hires

Orientation Alone Isn’t Enough: You Need an Onboarding Process to Keep New Hires employee orientation

The Importance of Employee Onboarding We frequently hear “We already have an employee onboarding process.” in our discussions at People Element. By digging deeper, we have learned that this statement has different meanings depending on who we are speaking with. Often times, people are using the terms onboarding and orientation interchangeably. They are not the […]

Ways to Improve the Onboarding Experience

Ways to Improve the Onboarding Experience improve onboarding

How to Improve the Employee Onboarding Process Resumes were reviewed, candidates screened, interviews conducted, job offer made and accepted. The open position has been filled. Done? No. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, in 2016, 20% of employees left their jobs in the first 45 days. That’s not a lot of time on the […]