Using Effective Onboarding Strategies for Better Retention

We've partnered with Accounting Principals and Parker + Lynch as well as HR expert, Jeremy York, to offer a free webinar discussing how effective onboarding strategies can impact retention.
Using Effective Onboarding Strategies for Better Retention

America's economic recovery is continuing. Job growth is fairly consistent and the unemployment rate recently dipped below 5.0% for the first time in eight years. Because of this, job candidates have leverage over employers. And now it's more important than ever to retain your best employees.

So, outside of providing a great culture—along with the perks that come with it—and competitive pay, how do you maximize retention? Well, you start early by delivering effective onboarding strategies from your HR team.

A smooth and thorough onboarding process provides the foundation new hires need to stick around for a long time. Onboarding done right helps new employees acclimate to company culture, feel appreciated from the get-go, and understand their roles and how they'll work with other team members. This leads to long-term loyalty and job satisfaction—and more productive employees!


This webinar has been approved by the Society for Human Resource Management. A code will appear during the last segment of the video. You can use this code to access your credits from SHRM.

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