Are you providing feedback during employee onboarding?
A successful onboarding of a new employee will give them the initial training and tools needed for their new role, and introduce them to the other employees and the company culture. This all helps a new employee to become a productive member of the team.
HR Bartender states that:
Organizations with large complex workforces are challenged to maintain engagement and foster a culture that’s tightly connected to the organization’s goals after a new hire’s first six months. It’s widely known that employees make the decision to either stay or go within that time frame.
HR Bartender believes feedback is an integral part of the onboarding process. It allows the new employee to know where they’re working well and where there is room for improvement, it also allows the new employee an open forum to give a fresh perspective to their new employer. In an article, that can be seen by clicking here, HR Bartender breaks down the reasons for feedback and gives examples to aid you with the onboarding of new employees.