6 reasons to ensure the onboarding of your employees

Do you have a strategy for your onboarding?

To know what your employees need is a good start. A checklist or an e-learning is a step in the right direction. But what really make a successful onboarding is a combination of the following:
1. You have a set goal regarding what results you want to achieve with your onboarding
2. You are constantly aware of your new employees needs
3. You ensure and follow up the results of the onboarding process


of employees have a positive attitude towards their employer prior to their first day


are positive or very positive working in their Induction program


of managers experience that their new employees are better prepared and quicker up to speed

Reasons to have an onboarding that really works

Relieve your managers

Do your managers have time for a structured and well-planned onboarding? A structured, well-planned and easily available onboarding process will relieve your managers and give more time to focus on their daily operations. It will also give them more time to coach and be present for their new employees.

Nothing important is missed

All your new employees will have the same opportunities to start with. No important parts of the introduction will be missed, and what you need to highlight can be repeated and nothing is left to chance.

Quickly up to speed

A well-functioning onboarding should contribute to defined roles, expectations and responsibilities. The right information should be delivered to the right person at the right time. This is the key to build your new employees confidence and abilities. It will give them the possibility to quickly get up to speed and create value.

Strenghten your brand

Being professionally and genuinely welcomed prior to the first day. Having been given the information and preparation needed to eliminate potential worries and stress. To have been given information regarding the onboarding process. All of this will give you positive responses and strengthen your brand as an employer.


A window of opportunities

There is a short window of time when your new employee has the opportunity to be introduced to your company culture in the right way. You have the chance to help your employee to do things right from the start and to live up to expectations.

Onbording millennials
will require change

In 2020, millennials will represent 60% of all employees in the workforce. This will set new requirements regarding a well-functioning onboarding process. Motivating your employees to stay and develop at your company will be even more important. A structured onboarding strategy will be required to meet the new criteria’s involving both digitalization and manager involvement prior to a new employee’s first working day.

3 pillars of onboarding


By theory we mean information and documents that everyone at the company needs to know and have been supplied with.

For example:

  • Contracts
  • Policies
  • Safety regulations
  • Benefits


By practice we mean routines and assignments that the employee will be required to go through at the workplace. Where it’s actually required “to do” something. Practice can sometimes be combined with theory. 


By social we mean the things that will let your new employees get to know their workplace. It is important to feel at home in your new work environment. This can be assisted in many ways and is important to integrate within your onboarding process.

We tailor successful onboarding

We tailor your onboarding together with you according to your needs. We create a structured overview where the expectations of both the employee and the manager are easily outlined. It will create a consistent and effective onboarding process. We ensure that the managers responsible will be involved in the onboarding and our unique way of following up will ensure that your new employee will get up to speed quickly and start creating value.

More than 14000 employees put through successful onboarding last year


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