Every organization wants the same thing for its new hires: to get up to speed quickly, close any knowledge gaps, integrate with the team, and be productive. Yet, research from Gallup shows that just 12% of employees strongly agree their employers do a great job of onboarding new employees.
The fact is that after a person has accepted an offer, onboarding is really very much a learning and development activity – not just an HR check-the-box obligation.
That’s why bolstering your ability to successfully onboard requires a modern approach to learning.
In this e-book, we’ll cover four reasons better onboarding requires better learning:
Learning helps people understand the company from the start
Learning quickly closes skills gaps for incoming employees
Learning increases confidence and ability in critical early days
Learning helps new hires integrate with the rest of the team