'There is an old Broadway tune that says, "It's not where you start, it's where you finish." In the case of onboarding, however, I beg to differ with that philosophy a bit. A new employee's onboarding experience makes a significant impact on where they finish, in terms of their contribution and productivity while on your payroll,' reports Infor SVP Charles Cagle in an Entrepreneur article headlined: 'Personalize Onboarding to Jumpstart a New Hire's Performance.'
'A successful onboarding process should accelerate new hire time-to-productivity, improve job satisfaction, and reduce administrative burden, most often accomplished by supplying the employee with a personalized new hire experience. "Personalized" refers to the notion that each new hire is presented only with the onboarding materials that are relevant to them."
- Training/learning preferences
- Task management
- Time management
- Team dynamics
- Supervisory relations