Effective employee onboarding can mean the difference between an employee who remains engaged for years to come or an empty desk after only a few months.
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Your employees will know they made the right decision in choosing your company. If onboarding continues, you’ll find greater ROI on your new hires.
Before you give up hope on a disengaged employee, it’s worth it to try and re-engage them. Try motivating them, setting goals, listening and making changes.
From a recent survey by Software Advice, 62 percent of employees are “significantly more engaged” in their work if their company offers a succession plan.
Knowing how other companies onboard is a good way to begin creating the onboarding process that fits into your company’s culture and keeps new hires around.
Say goodbye to exporting spreadsheets, BambooHR software now contains an email-able function on our reports section. We took one more step out of HR busywork, so you can now email the report right from your reports page! Happy Bamboo-ing!