This month we’ve explored why you need a robust onboarding process.
We’ve discussed the quantifiable benefits of an onboarding process, including:
Conversely, we’ve seen that it can take up to 5 months to bring new hires up to full productivity. And if an employee leaves you, it can cost up to 213% of their annual salary to replace them.
Onboarding is an area you don’t want to leave to chance.
A quality onboarding process costs a fraction of the resources, helps quickly ramp up employee productivity and reduces employee churn.
Below you’ll find my 45-point Employee Onboarding Checklist that you can use to create your own go-to onboarding process for your company.
Time to get ready for your new hire:
1. Upon Hiring Decision
2. Close to start date
3. First Day(s)
4. First Week(s)
5. First Month(s)
6. Months 3-6
7. Months 7-12
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