I am extending you the invitations for the live webinar on “Beyond Handbooks, Benefits, and Photo IDs: The Role of HR and Management in New Employee On-boarding” that we are hosting with Ijona Skills. If you are already registered, I apologize for the extra communication.
*Attending this Webinar qualifies for 1 SHRM credit.That may be counted toward SHRM-CP and SHRM-SCP recertification from SHRM.
Date & Time:- Friday, 16th March 2018 at 01:00-02:00 PM ET
Topic:– Beyond Handbooks, Benefits, and Photo IDs: The Role of HR and Management in New Employee On-boarding
- Checklists for what to accomplish the first day, first week, first month, and the first 90 days.
- Suggested lists and topics for the on-boarding portal.
- List of on-boarding portal systems.
- Tips on how to select and utilize a Buddy.
- Orientation Evaluation forms for the new hire, HR, the buddy, and management.
- Tips on the manager-new hire “expectations” discussion.
Areas Covered in the session:
- To describe new-hire web-based on-boarding portals.
- To identify HR, the supervisor, and the Buddy’s roles in welcoming and training the new employee from pre-1st day through the first year of employment.
- To discuss the new employee’s role in her or his orientation.
- To differentiate between the orientation to the organization and the orientation to the department.
- To assess, design, and develop, implement, and evaluate your organization and department’s NEO strategy.
Whether you call it On-boarding, Induction, En-culturation, or New Employee Orientation (NEO), the process used to welcome,, train, and engage your new employees while capturing their excitement of a new job and reducing their new job jitters, is critical to their success. NEO is not a one day event, but rather a process that begins after their acceptance of the job and extends through the first year of their employment. Studies show that the new arrival’s primary concerns are three things-my job, my boss, and my coworkers. Dealing with new employee jitters and uncertainties is a high priority in orientation programs. How long this mental mayhem lasts may depend a great deal on employee orientation. It is estimated that 50% to 60% of new hires quit within the first seven months of their employment!
Dr. Susan Strauss RN Ed.D is keynote speaker at Ijona Skills. She has worked as a registered nurse (RN) in a variety of nursing specialties. She has also been the director of healthcare quality improvement, director of education and development, and held other healthcare leadership roles….read more