Q&A: Easy Onboarding Techniques To Welcome And Inspire New, Young Hires – forbes.com
- Monday, 05 June 2017 09:00
Employers and hiring managers don’t typically give much thought to onboarding new employees aside from giving them a general tour and assigning them a first task. Few of them actually have a plan to make new hires feel welcome and appreciated by making sure they are included in the organization’s culture as soon as possible.
Onboarding should be more than an afterthought. It is actually considered the second most important HR practice after recruiting in terms of the impact it has on a business, according to research from consulting firm BCG. It is especially important if the new hire is a millennial or a fresh college graduate who is just joining the workforce, since proper onboarding will result in high employee loyalty and retention, ultimately leading to higher growth and profit.
Below, 15 members of Forbes Coaches Council share a series of easy onboarding practices and techniques that will help your new employees feel right at home in your organization.
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Q&A: 13 Ways To Regularly Support Your Employees’ Personal Development – forbes.com
- Wednesday, 31 May 2017 09:00
One of the most important things you can do to nurture and retain talent is provide them with personal development opportunities. This can encompass anything from leadership training or building a new skill, to simply pursuing a passion that inspires an employee in and out of the workplace.
But personal development is not one-size-fits-all: In a Forbes article, Joe Folkman writes that most individual personal development plans fail because they’re not driven by the individual and his or her interests.
Members of Forbes Coaches Council share 13 ways managers can show support for their employees’ personal development initiatives, while still giving them the autonomy they need to grow in their own way.
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TechTarget podcast interview now online!
- Thursday, 16 September 2010 22:40
Last week, I did an interview with Yvette Francino, the editor of the Search Software Quality area of the TechTarget web site and had a fun adventure! Now that our conversation is available online, I decided to talk about this experience. As usual, if you want the details you have to read on…
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