11 Onboarding Best Practices to Turn Candidate Recruiting into Employee Retention

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Create DateJune 22, 2017
Last UpdatedJune 22, 2017

Presented by: Jill Silman Chapman, Insperity, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, MS-HRM
Senior Performance Consultant, Recruiting Services

While landing a new job might call for celebration, once the dust settles, starting a new job can be anxiety-inducing for your new hires as they enter an unknown realm. It’s no wonder, given that 50 percent of hourly workers only last four months, and half of senior hires fail within 18 months, according to a SHRM study. That’s why onboarding falls under the umbrella of your recruiting infrastructure. If you don’t onboard properly, your new hire might not stay. Ease your new hires’ pain by preparing for their arrivals with a strategic onboarding process.

Join us as we share 11 Best Practices to turn your new hire into a long-lasting employee.

Jill Silman Chapman, SPHR, SHRM-SCP has years of talent acquisition and management experience. She has developed a variety of business ventures in the workforce industry, partnering with clients to recruit, retain and train staff with an emphasis on productivity and performance. As a Sr. Performance Consultant with Insperity Recruiting Services, Jill helps businesses—particularly small and medium-sized firms, find the best talent with the latest in recruitment strategy, talent attraction methods and technology. Jill is committed to changing lives by connecting the right talent to the right companies so that everyone succeeds. Hiring is one of the very most important decisions a business owner makes and Jill is passionate about how companies can address growing recruiting and retention issues within their organizations.

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