Why follow this Blueprint?
- Save the HR team 2+ hours of administrative work per new employee
- Speed up employee ramp time by 2 to 5 weeks
- Reduce employee churn by up to 20%
- Improve employee satisfaction and engagement by up to 25%
Employee onboarding is the process of integrating a new hire into an organization's people, policies and processes quickly, so they achieve their potential fast and become a contributor to the success of the organization.
In today's candidate-led, remote-work driven market, around 20% of new employees leave within the first 45 days of employment due to poor onboarding. This is because most of today's onboarding, though digital, is hampered by slow collaboration between departments, manual follow-ups from multiple internal apps and heavy administrative work for your People Ops team.
An effective, efficient and engaging onboarding process improves retention rate by 82% and increases productivity by 70%.
But more importantly, a good employee onboarding process saves time and automates the manual work for the People/HR Operations team while ensuring the new hire is seamlessly integrated into the organization.
To achieve the results above, the following sections of the process need to be included and optimized.
Save the HR team 2 or more hours per new hire while ensuring every new employee has exactly what he or she needs on day 1. Eliminate manual tasks such as creating the employee record, verifying background checks, ordering laptops & swag, sending welcome emails, and more.
The HR team can onboard new employees with a click of a button, and all administrative tasks that can be automated are automated across all systems. Onboarding errors are also greatly reduced to ensure a smooth onboarding process for every new employee.
Provide an auto-generated comprehensive checklist that updates itself while keeping your new hire on track during the first 30 days.
Each new employee has a personalized onboarding program based on their role, location, and other determining factors. With role-specific onboarding, new employees can be ramped up and delivering value for their team 2-5 weeks faster than normal.
Ensure your new hire gains visibility quickly and prime them for developing strong working relationships.
New employees quickly meet relevant coworkers and feel like a part of the organization. By integrating into the organization faster, each new employee can be more engaged and thus more satisfied with their new company and position.
Understand and monitor the entire new hire experience with insights into areas of refinement.
HR teams have a single, comprehensive of onboarding progress for new employees and can identify bottlenecks and areas of improvement.