and Offboarding Onboarding The process of onboarding new employees has never been more important. In today's competitive job market, employers need to do everything they can to make sure their new hires are productive and engaged from day one. Onboarding is the process of orienting and acclimating new employees to their new jobs and workplace. Done correctly, onboarding can help new employees feel welcomed, valued, and prepared to do their best work. Offboarding Offboarding is the process of disengaging an employee from your organization. It is the opposite of onboarding and is often overlooked as an important part of the employee lifecycle. While onboarding is all about getting new employees acclimated to your company, offboarding is about ensuring that departing employees are set up for success in their next role. Done correctly, offboarding can help departing employees transition smoothly, minimizing disruptions and preserving relationships.

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  • (2) Schedule an orientation

    This should include a tour of the office, introductions to the team, and a review of company policies.

  • (3) Assign a mentor

    New hires should be paired with a more experienced employee who can help them acclimate to their new role and answer any questions they have.

  • (4) Set up training

    Be sure to provide new hires with any training they need to do their job effectively. This could include product training, software training, or company policy training.

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