Q: If we haven’t had an onboarding process for our employees until this point, do we need to go back and “re-onboard” people?
Do you know who “owns” your organization’s onboarding process? In other words: Can you name which person or people are responsible for helping new employees feel comfortable, prepared, and productive? If you can, great—you’re one step closer to optimizing your onboarding procedures. But if you’re not sure who currently owns onboarding, don’t worry; it doesn’t mean you need to […]
Each of the 5 Cs of onboarding refers to an important subject a new hire must learn. Let’s run through each of the 5 Cs together.
Trying to quantify onboarding? I’d like to introduce you to a new way to think about human capital expenses: unproductive compensation.
From “all aboard!” to “huh?”—poor onboarding procedures have a real financial impact on employers. Here’s what you lose when new hires feel unprepared. In the old days, before a ship or train would depart the dock or station, a conductor, captain, or some other official with a handlebar mustache would yell, “all aboard!” Apart from setting the […]
As a new hire at KPA, and having been on both sides of the interviewing table, I’m familiar with interview styles and how widely varied they can be! As a manager, you want a candidate with the right skills who’s the right “fit” with the team.