Have you ever started a new job and had an awful feeling of sensory overload? Your first day, week or year in a new position can seem overwhelming, particularly if your employer doesn’t handle your onboarding process well. If you’d like to avoid inflicting that experience on your new hires, management consultants Mark A. Stein and Lilith Christiansen explain how and why systemic onboarding can benefit your employees and your company. Then they tell you how to do it right – providing detailed charts and tables to help you map out a comprehensive onboarding plan. While the book slips unavoidably into HR jargon from time to time, it is readable enough for any business leader looking to exploit heretofore untapped resources. getAbstract recommends this guide to human resources professionals and to managers interested in applying its tools and strategies to their own departments or units.
In this summary, you will learn
- How a systemic onboarding process can benefit a company, and
- How to design and implement one at your company.
About the Authors
Kaiser Associates partners Mark A. Stein and Lilith Christiansen are experts in organizational development and onboarding.
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