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Employee Onboarding

“Onboarding is not a static program – it’s a dynamic business process that continues to evolve – beginning when the candidate accepts your job offer and, ideally, continuing deep into the employee life cycle.”

One of today’s most important strategic processes for employers, regardless of size, is employee onboarding. For some companies, it’s about giving a new hire the tools needed to become a productive member of the team. For others, onboarding is the last stage of the recruitment process and the first step toward employee retention and integration with the company’s culture.

Supported by ADP Workplace Insights Surveys, leading studies and sound research, this employee onboarding guide outlines the bottom line to onboarding.

By adopting the practices presented, readers will take away:

  • The ins and outs of a vibrant onboarding program
  • The COVID-19 factor – Today’s two types of onboarding experiences
  • Which onboarding mistakes to avoid – from the loss of exceptionally talented people to the hefty price tag it will take to replace them.

The core feelings of new employees toward the organizations they choose to join often take shape in the first days and months on the job.

Effective employee onboarding can result in higher engagement and job satisfaction, increased productivity and a lower stress level for everyone.

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Employers with a standard onboarding process experience 50% greater new-hire productivity.
Source: Society for Human Resources Management


Only 12% of employees strongly agree that their employer currently does a great job onboarding new employees.
Source: www.gallup.com.


69% of workers are more likely to remain with their employer for three years if they were engaged by a robust onboarding experience.
Source: Society for Human Resources Management