HR Research and Data Hibob

Hibob’s research
data-based thought leadership in 2019

The impact of onboarding A company’s onboarding process directly affects employee inclusion and retention. Our research found that 64% of employees are driven to leave a job after a bad onboarding experience. We learned that new joiners are looking for a clear, personalized process that offers organic opportunities for getting to know coworkers. Inc.com (19M): How to Prevent Bad Onboarding So Great Hires Don’t Leave YouOnboarding needs to be professional, but it also needs to be human. Think about how you would feel and what you'd want in a new…

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Research-backed reasons you should prioritize exceptional onboarding

Our new world of work requires that new hires feel welcomed and engaged. They need to be introduced to a unique culture and company structure that gets them motivated and committed to their role. Using training, recognition, and feedback - all things proved to enhance the onboarding experience - effective onboarding draws in new hires for the foreseeable future.  Only 12% of employees think companies have done a great job onboarding. In the modern world of work, this percentage carries a considerable amount of weight. If people leaders aren’t engaging…

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Onboarding checklist Hibob

State of Onboarding research report

Only 12% of employees think companies have done a great job with onboarding. Hibob enables new recruits to weigh in on their onboarding preferences, unearthing attitudes about what makes them feel welcome and what turns them off from the start. Using such data to customize your company’s onboarding process is one of many facets of Hibob’s personalized, holistic, and data-driven approach to people management.

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