One sentence that will make new employees fall in love with your organization

It's human nature to have a deep-seeded desire to be needed. Wanted. Valued. In several talks and workshops, I've used Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs as an example of how we should be considering the needs of our new employees as we develop and implement onboarding strategies. Of course, it is critical to focus on the … Continue reading One sentence that will make new employees fall in love with your organization

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Using Stay Interviews to Enhance Onboarding

  There is an abundance of research clogging the interwebs on the subject of onboarding; a credible whitepaper that I often reference is the Definitive Guide to Onboarding from Bamboo HR. In the report, the author includes a terrific stat from Aberdeen Research (another fantastic resource): As many as 87% of new employees are not fully … Continue reading Using Stay Interviews to Enhance Onboarding

5 Onboarding Challenges Hiring Managers Face (and how to overcome them)

Let's face it, hiring managers: Onboarding a new employee is a tall order. Its importance is acknowledged by most, but busy managers often struggle with providing a solid experience for their newest team members. I know, I can get a little preachy with hiring managers sometimes...like here, here and here (to name a few!). But today, I'm … Continue reading 5 Onboarding Challenges Hiring Managers Face (and how to overcome them)

5 Onboarding Rules for Hiring Managers

A strong relationship between a new employee and his manager is imperative to long-term success. The End. Shortest post ever. Okay, just kidding...there's more. Something I've learned about hiring managers is, while they have good intentions about bringing a new employee on board, they often just aren't sure about their role in the process. It's … Continue reading 5 Onboarding Rules for Hiring Managers