When you hire someone, you spend the first few weeks observing their performance and making sure that they’re a good fit.
But your new employee is doing the same thing. They spend those early weeks looking at your organization and your culture, and asking if your company is right for their career.
One study shows that a great onboarding process can have long-term effects, with employees 69 percent more likely to stay for over three years if they had a proper induction.
Yet most companies don’t do this. Another study by Kronos shows that 76 percent of HR managers feel that onboarding isn’t adequately utilized in their company.