Pre-Onboarding & Onboarding
Use gamification techniques and digital journeys in your pre-onboarding and onboarding processes and see your new employees’ motivation, retention and engagement increase.
The Importance of Onboarding
Onboarding it is the most important and critical time period for a new employee and is more than just hiring people, and much more than just increasing company output.
Each new hire instantly becomes a participant in, and contributor to, company culture, and each new hire must become sufficiently engaged in their new job in order to reach peak productivity. If they fail to assimilate properly into the company culture, that could negatively impact the entire organization.
Did You Know?
According to Aberdeen Group research, 86% of new employees choose to remain or leave their employer’s in the first 6 months, and there’s 69% probability that they stay for more than 3 years if the company fulfills both a memorable training and onboarding experience.
Companies with gamification on their day-to-day practices see a mean increase of 48% on engagement and motivation, also an enhancement of 36% on the turnover rate. Gamification can also be valuable in mitigating some of the onboarding traditional mistakes that are part of the EVP – Employee Value Proposition.
Create a path that feed your needs!
GFoundry has developed an exciting feature where you can use with several modules for your onboarding and engagement needs: Digital Journeys.
One journey is a structured path with a strong visual frame that can have one or more steps to be completed. Each one of these steps can be created by applying any of GFoundry’s suite modules.
Example of a newcomer onboarding path using GFoundry:
Company tour video visualization using the Learn Module;
Complete a “who-is-who” in the organization quiz challenge using the Learn module;
Check a set of processes using the Tasks Module;
Enter a Zoom call, using a link available in the Tasks Module;
Submission of the employment contract using the Feedback & Surveys Module, making this process much more agile and straightforward;
Definition of professional goals for the short and long term using Goals Module
Definition of the PDP (Personal Development Plan) discussed with the manager using the Evaluation and Careers Module