New employee onboarding is a continuous, comprehensive, and organized process of integrating new employees physically, emotionally, and professionally into the new workplace. However, new employees are typically asked to fill out forms, complete some “read and sign” training, meet a few people, and then asked to get to work. Unfortunately, studies have shown that most new employee orientation programs and inadequate and contribute to turnover, quality and safety issues, and poor workplace morale.
- Explain the goals of an employee onboarding program.
- Recommended for human resources, organizational development professionals, and other individuals
Purdue University MEP
Leadership, Change Leaders
Method of Delivery
Face to Face