“Onboarding is a magic moment when new employees decide to stay engaged or become disengaged.”—Amy Hirsh Robinson, The Interchange Group in Los Angeles (quoted in SHRM article).
Employee engagement is the most important component to every company’s success. You can have a killer business plan, but if you don’t have innovators who are willing to get the work done, your business is going to fail. How do you counteract this? The answer is by having Human Resources (HR) develop a rock-solid employee onboarding process that will engage employees, starting with the interview process.