New Employee Onboarding
Streamline your new employee onboarding checklist.
Help new teammates ramp-up quickly, feel a sense of accomplishment in their new job, and make meaningful contributions straight away.
How To Get Your New Employee Onboarding checklist Done Right
Studies show that systematized approaches to onboarding new employees leads to higher employee performance, increased job performance, and higher retention rates. Poor onboarding experiences are likely to lead to dissatisfaction, concerns about their part in the company, and in many cases, attrition. Ensure you’ve not wasted the time you spent recruiting new employees with a smooth employee onboarding process. Ensure your new hire has the opportunity to achieve success with you business.
Management, HR, IT, Facilities, coworkers, executives and others must have a plan and seamlessly coordinate all that needs to happen to welcome new employees into the business. By ensuring you have a standardized, automated onboarding process using an actionable new employee onboarding checklist, everyone gets the information they need when they need it.
How to document and automate your new employee onboarding checklist:
Document and Share the ProcessGet started with the new employee onboarding template. Tailor the outlined process. Add images, details, roles, assignments, relative due dates, timelines, tasks, forms, and videos as needed. Share your documented process online with your team or generate print and PDF copies.
Automate Workflow Processes and ChecklistsNormally new employee onboarding requires employees from several roles. Automated coordination of workflows and tasks helps everyone move through the process clearly and easily. To start a new workflow from your documented process, simply click Start.
Integrate with Other SystemsEliminate the slow speed, effort, and error prone nature of transferring information manually between systems. TeamworkIQ’s integration points let you exchange data and events with 1000’s of other apps or software used by your organization.
Achieve Operational ExcellenceSave managers, your employees, and the business time and money while operating seamlessly. View live processes on dashboards. Drill down into the details. Get reports when you want them and be notified if there’s an issue. Archive everything for record keeping and compliance.
Avoid Costly MistakesMake sure things get done and get done right. When new employee onboarding steps gets forgotten, done incorrectly, done late or missed all the resources you put into recruiting a new employee gets undermined while attrition rates rise. Protect your investments in people with a great new employee onboarding experience.
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