The Criminal Act Of Having A Poor Employee Onboarding / Integration Experiences

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Culture-tip-trap-trick-thursday The criminal act of poor employee onboarding/ integration experiences   Hi All, Here is your bi-weekly dose of “tip-trap-trick-thursday,” insights on how to digitally embed company culture. When an organisation spends significant time and resources hiring an employee and we then take them through an uninspiring employee onboarding/integration experience we let both the organisation and the new hire down. We lose the benefit of an employee experience with a significantly high ROI if done well and sabotage the opportunity to shape company culture and drive engagement.   Summary TIP: Not all employee experiences are equal, especially when it comes to employee onboarding / integration  and its … Continued

Can company culture be shaped?

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Culture-tip-trap-trick-thursday Can company culture be shaped? According to Neuroplasticity the answer is yes. Hi All, Here is your weekly dose of “tip-trap-trick-thursday,” insights on how to digitally embed company culture. Neuroplasticity refers to “the ability of the brain to form and reorganize synaptic connections, especially in response to learning or experience”. In other words, we are able to rewire the brains in order to shift mindsets, thinking and behaviours. Yes, you can teach an old dog new tricks. Neural networks before training – Neural networks 2 weeks after stimulation – Neural networks 2 months after stimulation TIP TIP: In the … Continued

Cross the engagement chasm

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Onboard your new employees so they bond with the organisation from the start. By Mishanth Ardithpersad You have successfully managed to recruit that perfect candidate with the war for talent raging in the background. With the signing of the acceptance letter, you thought your biggest hurdle was overcome. Reading the latest statistics, you realise just how sorely wrong you are. While the majority of new hires consider leaving in the first year, on average 25% of them will make the move. A recent survey conducted by Dale Carnegie Training1 found that employees that are not engaged were the cause of companies … Continued

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