Reinventing Employee Onboarding | "Invest in Yourself" & "Turn Bills into a Paychecks" as a Business Start up! | Scoop.it

At many organizations, onboarding processes have a common theme: indoctrinating new employees into the organizational culture. Not surprisingly, human resources professionals begin the discussion about how to build and retain talent by stressing how important it is to get employees to understand and commit to the companies’ values starting on “day one.” This represents the norm at many companies, and it is useful because it enables newcomers to fit in and conform to organizational norms — giving leaders some control over what they can expect from newcomers.

 

However, MIT Sloan has found that the traditional methods of onboarding have some serious weaknesses.


Via Vicki Kossoff @ The Learning Factor