A recent survey by Right Management indicates that 84 percent of employees plan to look for new jobs this year. Even if only a fraction of that turnover occurs, it means big changes for organizations and a real need to engage their workforce. Companies need to actively involve their employees from the start to maintain productivity, create camaraderie and ultimately improve business results.
Creating an engaged workforce starts with designing a relevant on-boarding process, not just an orientation session. This session will discuss the difference between orientation and on-boarding, as well as how you can implement an on-boarding program to engage your employees and positively impact your organization.