Is your company experiencing the vertigo of constantly having to refill positions? It seems like as soon as someone is in the job, they leave and you have to refill it once again. You may need to restructure your onboarding strategy so that the position stays permanently filled.
It’s not stated enough, but employees are the most important asset to a company. Employees want to feel valued and to have a purpose. It is up to you to show that to them in the onboarding process so they start off on the right foot. Much like your clients, you want employees to have a positive experience so they can enjoy their work.
This week, we have a video that details effective steps on how to change your onboarding strategy and reduce turnover. These steps include:
- Welcoming new hires on their first day
- Giving new hires a tour of the facility
- Preparing your onboarding paperwork ahead of time
- Laying out their purpose and how they contribute overall
With an effective onboarding strategy, you’re laying the foundation for the employee to succeed and pushing them in the right direction. If you implement these steps, you reduce future turnover and can focus on other aspects of your business.
If you have additional questions on how you can change your onboarding strategy, please leave a comment below and we’ll help!