Summary Definition: The process of incorporating new hires into a company and setting them up for success in their new role.

What is Onboarding?

Onboarding is how organizations integrate new hires into their workforce. It starts after a job offer is accepted and moves through several phases, such as collecting required information (e.g., Form I-9), completing orientation, and assigning required training resources. 

The length of the entire process can vary, but all companies should recognize and prioritize the importance of a well-rounded, engaging experience when designing an onboarding program.


The Tools You Need to Attract and Retain

Embed employee experience features from recruiting, onboarding, and beyond with tools built for the modern workforce. Kick off day one with a welcome message using video. Connect your employees with collaboration tools and peer groups. Develop your team with relevant and interesting training. Keep the conversation going with surveys. And do it all while automating and collecting data to proactively make improvements.

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