Employee onboarding best practices are the anchor to stop you from going adrift.
Surely, you’ve had that sinking feeling? The one where you’ve invested in a super new hire, but it didn’t work out. When it comes to new hires leaving early, you’re not the only fish in the sea. Gen Z spends just over two years in one job. That doesn’t seem long, leaving you with the feeling that something’s off.
What’s more worrying is that 30% of employees leave a job in the first 90 days. Maybe the answer is to be more realistic with new hires. By that, do we mean to tell them Gary in HR has a habit of misplacing paperwork, usually passports? No, there’s a better way.
The truth is that excellent onboarding leads to 69% of employees staying with you for up to three years. Want in on some of the action? We thought so. That’s why Process Street has written this article to point you in the right direction.
These are the 5 best practices for employee onboarding:
- Onboarding tip #1: Use preboarding to get a quick start
- Onboarding tip #2: Have an onboarding roadmap
- Onboarding tip #3: Use your new hire’s insight
- Onboarding tip #4: Involve your entire organization
- Onboarding tip #5: Plan beyond the first year