Onboarding is about giving the new employee the best possible beginning to the new job. This sounds very simple, but the reality is that it demands thorough consideration from both colleaugues and manager when hiring a new employee.
A recruitment process is a big investment both relating to economics and resources. Therefore it’s important to secure that the employee feels welcome and that there is created a reciprocal long-term value in the job.
Onboarding is about giving the new employee the best possible beginning to the new job.
It is used to give the new employee the right resources when starting a new job.
It helps the new employee to get a good start in the new company and to learn the rules and processes.
It helps to give the new employee more knowledge in the new role and better development in the company.
We provide counselling and coaching for new employees, helping them to get a good start in the new company and to learn the rules and processes. This ensures that the candidates we put forward are informed and adjusted and matched to the needs of your business.
Onboarding is the induction process through which we can give a new employee the best possible chance of success when beginning their new job. A good onboarding process will allow the new employee to start making positive contributions right from the first day at work.
After 90 days the new employee probably would have a good sense of the formal and informal culturel rules. The new employee should at this time know the rules and processes. After 90 days the new employee should be able to discuss competency development and potential career perspectives with the manager.