New Employee Onboarding Services
Online New Employee Portal
A consumer products company with nationwide distributors needed to communicate company information—such as company history, products and mission—to a large number of dispersed new employees.
An online portal where any new employee has immediate access to accurate, consistent company information in a robust multimedia format.
New Employee 30-day guide
A successful mutual fund company wanted to create a more formal way to educate new employees on their unique business model and reduce new employee counter-productivity.
A formal but easy-to-use and engaging guide which led new employees through their first days at the company.
Manager’s Preparation Seminar & Guide
This mid-sized consulting firm wanted its managers to take a more active role in onboarding, but could not expect results without giving the managers the proper tools.
A two-hour seminar which taught managers how to prepare for and effectively bring on board a new employee.
Cultural and Teambuilding Immersion
The CEO of this consumer packaged goods organization was adamant about keeping a very personal touch to orientation, while instilling the core values that made the company tick.
A series of team and culture building experiences for new employees which immediately bonded new employees while still educating them on the company’s beliefs.
Executive and Locations Video
This manufacturer was growing wildly. Locations were opening and employees were joining the company at such a rapid rate, it was becoming difficult to personally reach each one.
A fun yet educational video montage of executives, employees and worldwide locations that promoted the idea of a global yet close-knit company.
Documenting the Internal Onboarding Process
The first thing this financial services company had to answer was who “owned” onboarding and what role each department played in its execution.
A documentation of their “as is” process as well as a recommendation for a “to be” process that exceeded the new employee’s needs while respecting everyone’s time constraints
New Employee Survey
This retailer wasn’t sure how to improve their current orientation program, they just knew new employees were leaving prematurely and struggling during their first six months.
An online employee survey that over 50 newly hired employees completed. Since it was anonymous, the answers were direct yet spawned a bevy of improvements.