Induction and Onboarding

 

New starters taking too long to perform in their roles?

Finding high turnover for staff with less than 2 years’ service?

With the current skills shortages across many industries and high cost of recruitment it is imperative for a business’s talent management strategy to ensure they retain new starters within the business. All too often badly managed, or a complete lack of, induction processes leads to reduced productivity and high turnover within the first 12 months.

An induction needs to support new employees bed into a company, understand its culture, values and perform fully in their role.

It  costs organisations an average of £30,000 to replace an employee.

5 Top Tips for Effective Inductions

An induction needs to support new employees bed into a company, understand its culture, values and perform fully in their role.

See our top tips for an effective induction and on boarding programmes.

New Starter Checklist

Ensuring that all relevant information is covered on an employees first day is easier using a simple checklist.

This document even has a checklist for managers too!

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