Ineffective Onboarding Is Driving Employees Away

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More than three-quarters of organizations are not effectively onboarding their new hires, according to a recent survey of 350 HR leaders conducted by Kronos and the Human Capital Institute (HCI). Here are additional findings from the report:

  • Only 40% of respondents said that their onboarding program was successful at retaining new hires
  • Nearly a quarter indicated they have no onboarding program at all.
  • More than half of those survey said that managers don’t have time to dedicate to improving the onboarding process.
  • 60% say that the purpose of onboarding is to integrate new employees into the company culture, but only 30% indicate that their onboarding process focuses on culture.

Source: New Hire Momentum: Driving the Onboarding Experience, Kronos.

Caitlin Delohery is the Editor-in-Chief of StaffingHub.

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