Structure your onboarding program. According to a recent study, when employees go through structured onboarding, they are 58% more likely to remain with the organization after three years.
Train supervisors on how to support new hires. New hires with supervisor support during onboarding show more positive attitudes about their job.
Redefine and create new training. In addition to company policies, facility tours and departmental introductions - training should cover programs, best practices, technology and equipment and have goals clearly stated.
Identify first day and next day opportunities. A key part of the employee onboarding process is early follow-up. Meeting at regular intervals to discuss overall job experience is a way to continue a positive onboarding experience.
Put feedback plans in place for the first 30 and 90 days. You need strategies for checking in and monitoring of employee productivity.