A recent study by the Human Capital Institute (HCI) shows most employers are missing an important opportunity to capitalize on the energy and enthusiasm new hires bring to their organizations through effective onboarding. In fact, nearly a quarter of organizations surveyed said they have no onboarding strategy or process at all.

In this webinar, hosted by HCI and sponsored by Kronos, you'll learn how onboarding processes can be leveraged to engage and retain new hires and increase organizational productivity.1

New Hire Momentum: The 3 P’s of Onboarding You Can’t Miss

Our experts will explore:

  • Why onboarding is a critical component for employee engagement and new hire retention
  • The elements of effective onboarding programs and their organizational outcomes
  • The 3 P's of onboarding you can't overlook
  • How to design onboarding programs with specific goals and success measurements
  • How to delegate tasks cross-functionally to ease burdens on managers and smaller teams

Featured speakers:

Jenna N. Filipkowski, Ph.D., VP of Research, HCI
Jenna Filipkowski provides rigorous, insightful analysis and actionable reporting that helps business and human resources decision makers drive results. In her time at HCI, she has authored over 30 research papers on a variety of talent management topics such as coaching, leadership development, talent acquisition, and employee engagement. She has presented her work at numerous professional conferences, magazines, and academic publications. Jenna is a member of the American Psychological Association and the Society for Industrial/Organizational Psychology.

Stacey Kervin, SHRM-CP, Market Development Manager, Kronos
Specializing in human capital management solutions, Stacey Kervin has spent her career focused on the people side of business. Whether talking about the importance of leadership development, career management, HR technology, performance management, or workforce planning, Stacey is passionate about ensuring employees enjoy the best employment experience possible so they may reach their full potential.