A new hire’s first days, weeks, and months on the job can make or break their future with your company. And if they don’t stay, the reason for their departure is often related to an inadequate onboarding process.
Twenty-three percent of new employees in one recent study said that if they had received clear guidelines about their job responsibilities, it would have helped them stay rather than quit. Other factors contributing to early resignations, all of which can be directly or indirectly connected to onboarding, included:
Keep Your Superstars On Board
Especially in today’s marketplace, you can’t afford to lose the valuable talent you’ve just invested a significant amount of time, energy, and dollars into hiring. The simple fact is: there aren’t nearly enough candidates out there to fill all the open positions, especially in light of what has become known as The Great Resignation of 2021. And the cost of a failed hire remains painfully high.
For additional guidance in shoring up your onboarding program – or improving any and all aspects of your industry-leading hiring process – consider partnering with PrideStaff Modesto. For more than 30 years, we’ve been a leader in Central Valley’s staffing and workforce development business, with our customer loyalty in the top 2 percent of the entire industry. Contact us today to learn more.