To replace an employee, an employer will need to spend an average of 16–20% of that employee’s salary.
32% said they would have gotten up to speed faster if they’d had clearer goals and knew what was expected of them.
69% of employees are more likely to stay with a company for three years if they experience great onboarding.
You only get one chance to make a first impression so make sure their first day is one to remember.
Starting a new role can be a daunting experience so try to ensure your new recruits get to meet as many colleagues as possible after they’ve been hired.
Having more detailed information about new hires allows managers to make better informed decisions.
Extending the process throughout the first year (and beyond) with regular touch points to monitor their progress and set new goals.
Reduce confusion and increase engagement by ensuring everyone understands what’s expected of them from the off.
Our onboarding report uses an individual’s responses to our personality questionnaire to generate a report that outlines their preferred ways of working, including their strengths and motivations, so that you can get them off to the best start in their new role.
Find out more about their interpersonal approach and how they’ll fit into your team.
Gain insight into those tasks your new hire will find the most stimulating.
Discover the drivers that keep your new hires engaged and motivated.
Understand which cultural environment will help your new employees to thrive.
This will provide line managers with onboarding advice, tailored to the needs of their new hire. The report can be used as a tool for the manager themselves, or as a springboard for discussions with the individual to set their own targets and goals, and outline what you expect of them.
Help your employees reach their maximum potential, with our elegantly designed onboarding report.