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Online Webinar | How To Deliver An Effective Onboarding Process For New Starters

Online Webinar | How To Deliver An Effective Onboarding Process For New Starters

Online Webinar | How To Deliver An Effective Onboarding Process For New Starters

If your onboarding process for new starters is not a priority, it should be.

Onboarding has always provided the key link between the interview and induction stages of a new starter’s journey with their future employer. The process provides the mechanism through which a business can keep future starters engaged, thereby reducing dropout rates and further engendering commitment and loyalty.

A poor onboarding process is likely to disengage new starters – indeed, a survey completed by Cezanne HR identified that 63% of HR teams have experienced new recruits quitting before they start, 31% change their mind about accepting an offer because of poor or no follow-up, or a negative experience during the induction process and 51% left their jobs within the first six months because their job role did not meet expectations, also suggesting a lack of communication and preparation during induction. The average cost of replacing a leaver is in excess of £30,000, so when you’ve worked so hard to attract talent, why drop the ball during onboarding?

Of course, onboarding also provides the business with the opportunity to complete due diligence on the new starter, confirm qualifications and ensure compliance with necessary regulations and company policies – ultimately providing peace of mind to the employer.

There are so many reasons why it makes good business sense to commit time and attention to onboarding process. Join our next webinar taking place Wednesday 25th May at 11:30am, where our onboarding expert Shannon Woolley will discuss:

  • The importance of effective onboarding processes
  • The fundamentals of onboarding a new starter
  • Roles and responsibilities during the onboarding process
  • Communication and engagement strategies
  • Preparing for a smooth induction
  • Top tips to deliver a successful induction experience

The webinar will be 30 minutes long and will include time for any questions which you’re welcome to submit ahead of time or ask on the day.

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In the meantime, why not watch our previous webinars which you can find here.

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