#MyHRDiary: Innovative Onboarding Edition

#MyHRDiary: Innovative Onboarding Edition

Statistics show that up to 20% of new hires leave an employer within the first 45 days. Last Year, I published an article on She Leads Africa on ‘4 Reasons Why An Effective OnBoarding Process Will Help You Keep Your Employees’ Read it here

The thing is, if you want engaged and productive employees, you need to focus on employee engagement before and during Day One. For me, I’ll recommend an Experience-Driven Onboarding than a Process-Driven Onboarding.
What make it experience driven onboarding better is because it’s centered more about how the overall experience of the employee all through the duration of the onboarding

Somethings I did to add a bit of spice to the experience:
-Decorate their workstation as you can see (The employee obviously knows you’re expecting them) and everyone does a joint Balloon Bursting at the end of the Day
-Incorporate some e-learning programs that improve their soft skills (Pre and Post resumption)
-Frequent engagement from acceptance of offer letter till resumption.

Are you still sticking with your boring induction program. Think again!

The future of Talent Management is INNOVATION

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Yewande Jinadu

Yewande Jinadu is the Founder of CareerLife Nigeria(careerlife.com.ng) and also a Strategic HR Business Partner of a leading tech firm. She's a certified HR Professional with a mix of Generalist and Specialist Experience who supports the business to achieve it's goals through the people. Her strengths are in Talent Acquisition, Performance Management, Employee Engagement, Organization Development and Employer Branding. Her social initiative, CareerLife Foundation solving UN SDG Goal 8 is aimed at reducing unemployment by helping graduates and professionals become Employable and accelerate their career growth. With various awards won both locally and globally, her vision is to help millions of youths achieve measurable success in their career. Yewande holds the Senior Professional of Human Resources International (SPHRi) Certification from the Human Resources Certification Institute (HRCI), USA. She is an associate of the Chartered Institute of Personnel Management of Nigeria (ACIPM) and has a Practitioners License to practice HR in Nigeria. She's the Convener of the Employability Fitness Program, an initiative aimed at helping young graduates overcome interview Phobia and the barriers in Recruitment process through mentoring. She is a public speaker and has been featured on various media platforms including: BellaNaija, SheLeadsAfrica, GuardianWoman, Women of Rubies etc Some of her recognitions include: Top 50 Career Influencers in Africa by The Workbooth Magazine and also a the top 10 Platinum members of Career Influencers. Top 150 Global HR Influencer by Social Micole. Top 100 Career Women in Nigeria by 9to5Chick Top 30 Leading Women in HR by Worden HCD You can reach out to her by sending a mail to: info@careerlife.com.ng and follow her on Twitter and Instagram: @careerlifeng

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