Enhancing the EX to attract and retain Gen Z
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by HROnboard Marketing
2y ago
How to Boost the Employee Experience for Gen Z Gen Z will make up roughly 27% of the workforce by 2025. Just like all generations, Gen Zs are unique. Having grown up in a highly digital, hyper-connected world with cutting-edge technology and personalised consumer experiences, Gen Z has different expectations when it comes to the world of work. Organisations that are successful in appealing to Gen Zs will offer truly personalised career experiences, in much the same way customer experiences are personalised. In this blog, we suggest five tips on how to boost the employee experience (EX) for ..read more
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How to provide a positive candidate experience
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by HROnboard Marketing
3y ago
The candidate experience is tremendously important, but it’s often an overlooked component of recruitment. The candidate experience gives potential employees a glimpse of how a company works and treats its staff even before they are employed. Therefore, a positive recruitment process should ensure applicants are appreciated and respected, as this will improve chances of them being enthusiastic to work for your organisation, and that they will be advocates of your brand.  What is the candidate experience The candidate experience refers to a person’s feelings when going through a company ..read more
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Why onboarding fails
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by HROnboard Marketing
3y ago
When we consider that six in 10 Australian managers have had a new employee resign during their probation period due to poor onboarding processes, it’s clear there’s a lot that can go wrong during this important phase.  Having gone through lengthy talent acquisition processes – from advertising a role, sourcing and screening candidates and coordinating interviews to eventually hiring a candidate, many employers mistakenly believe that in getting a candidate through the door and having them sign a contract, their work is done. But at this point, the onboarding process is far from over ..read more
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How to Create an Excellent Virtual Onboarding Experience
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by HROnboard Marketing
3y ago
Starting a new job can be daunting as it is. But at least when starting a new job in a physical workplace, you know you’ve always got people sitting nearby to whom those ‘nice-to-know’ questions can be directed.  And given that one objective of onboarding is to introduce new hires to their new working environment, the prospect of remote onboarding can seem somewhat challenging. But the definition of the traditional workplace is changing, meaning employees are often hired on either a fully or semi-remote basis. Then of course there is the reality of COVID-19 lockdowns, currently faced ..read more
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Introducing: A better way to manage employee journeys
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by HROnboard Marketing
3y ago
Whether it’s a significant life event such as parental leave or the logistics of an office move, HROnboard’s Onboarding Journeys feature enables you to manage more than just employee onboarding. HROnboard’s solution allows HR pros to create, manage and personalise journeys for any employee.  It’s never been easier to manage expectations and communicate useful information and tasks for both team leaders and existing employees.   Let’s explore 3 employee journeys which can be streamlined using Journeys: 1. Return to Work Employees on parental leave or returning from secondments or i ..read more
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How to create the best job advert
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by HROnboard Marketing
3y ago
Your job advert is the first interaction a candidate has with you as an employer. So if you’re looking to attract the best talent, your ad should be clear, compelling and inclusive, and must position your employer brand in the best light. In this blog, we outline five attributes of a stand-out job advert. 1. An accurate job title Some organisations favour a modern, less conservative take on traditional job titles. A company with an ‘edgy’ employer brand seeking a Marketing Data Analyst might advertise the position as ‘Data Ninja’.  While the use of fun language helps to convey a fun id ..read more
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7 questions to ask before developing an onboarding program
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by HROnboard Marketing
3y ago
There may come a point at which an organisation must develop a new onboarding program from scratch – or revamp an existing one. The reason for this may be to ensure that the onboarding process is fresh, engaging, and follows best practice principles. Before embarking on the task of developing an onboarding program, there are a few key things to clarify. Below we have asked and answered seven key questions. How long should the onboarding process last? Onboarding means different things to different organisations, but where many go wrong is designing an onboarding process that is too short ..read more
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Personalising the employee onboarding experience
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by HROnboard Marketing
3y ago
Creating a templated and reusable induction process ensures all new hires receive the same standard of onboarding. It ensures consistency of core messaging, employer brand and must-do onboarding activities, enabling you to establish a minimum standard that applies to all teams.  Our Journey template in Onboarding Journey’s helps you do just that, while also allowing for a degree of customisation through ‘Streams’ – a feature that makes personalising and adapting the onboarding experience according to team or location easy. After all, every new hire experience should be as unique a ..read more
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9 Shocking Employee Onboarding Statistics
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by HROnboard Marketing
3y ago
Onboarding is a major retention driver. Ensuring that your onboarding process is modern and follows best practice guidelines is an impactful way to improve the long-term prospects of a new team member – and build a prosperous employee-employer relationship. But just how important is onboarding? Below are nine statistics that may shock you. 1. Strong onboarding improves new hire retention by 82% New employees who are part of a well-structured onboarding program are 82% more likely to remain at a company for up to three years. Comprehensive onboarding platforms are desig ..read more
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Why and how to offer Millennials a positive employee experience
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by HROnboard Marketing
3y ago
Onboarding is important full stop. It introduces your new employee to their role, to your company philosophy, and to what your organisation has to offer. It embeds an employee physically, emotionally, and psychologically into an organisation, and the sooner this is done, the sooner employees can hit the ground running and begin contributing to the company. So why just focus on onboarding for Millennials? A large portion of today’s workforce is made up of Millennials. For the purposes of this blog post, we’ll define this generation – as per Deloitte’s definition – as those born between 1980 ..read more
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