In recent years the very notion of onboarding has evolved a great deal.
Gone are the days when “onboarding” referred only the 2-hour meeting with HR to complete a dozen forms, traditionally followed by coffee with the hiring manager before being assigned a desk and a list of responsibilities. These days, onboarding best practices include a more holistic, long-term approach.
Modern onboarding programs tailor themselves to the way studies show people learn best – introducing new materials in bite-sized chunks over time and repeating key concepts to ensure new hires learn what they need in full and retain the information.
Exactly how these components translate into an effective, easily-manageable employee onboarding program will be unique to every organization. However, in our experience from helping hundreds of organizations around the world use video to share knowledge, our customers tend to identify seven core steps to planning and executing a modern onboarding program.
Find out more in our latest free white paper, Make Every First Day A Great One.
In it, we detail how video can be used to improve onboarding for businesses and universities, including: