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Maximize the Return on Your Hiring Investment: How to Retain New Employees With Onboarding

 

We all know how much employee turnover can cost you.

Make sure you have an effective onboarding plan in place to retain your top performers.In today's world, there are 3 different generations in our workplaces, and they all respond differently to communication. We discuss those differences in this topic. Many companies do not understand that the onboarding process is only one step of the entire recruiting processes. Therefore, they assume the recruiting process ends when the candidate accepts the offer and gives an agreed upon start date. Actually, that may be a poor assumption. What happens if the new employee does not feel welcome that first day? How does that first impression impact the company's retention of that new employee? This topic helps executives, hiring managers, and human resource managers develop a best practice onboarding process that is cost effective; and improves retention. New employees will warmly discuss a welcoming culture while becoming more productive more quickly in their new positions. This great new welcoming culture leads to more employee referrals of top performers and saves money in recruitment.

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Bill Humbert

Bill Humbert

RecruiterGuy.com

  • Owner, RecruiterGuy.com
  • One of the rare individuals who is an active recruiter for more than 39 years and an active Sr. Career Transition Consultant
  • Speaks to audiences on both sides of the desk, recruiters and candidates; he is the candidate whisperer, and he knows and understands the predicaments each side faces
  • Recognized as an expert in both talent acquisition and career transition, he has 111 live television interviews; has been quoted in the NY Times and internationally in The Province, Vancouver, British Columbia
  • Published author of Employee 5.0: Secrets Of A Successful Job Search In the New World (his second book) and has signed a publishing contract for writing a series of books titled the RecruiterGuy.com Series; the co-author of the white paper (with Cyndy Trivella), The Positive Aspects of Diversity Hiring free download available - https://www.aps2k.com/diversity-ebook/
  • Recognized as a professional speaker with the National Speakers Association - https://www.espeakers.com/marketplace/v3#/ profile/23767?resumeSearch=0
  • Over the past year he has presented more than 23 webinars for four different webinar companies on assorted recruitment-related topics; he has spoken at regional SHRM Conferences in Illinois and Utah
  • An enthusiastic speaker who entertains audiences while helping them improve their skills
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