Early turnover is monetarily often underestimated significant cost caused many companies by recruiting and training new employees. It is all the more precarious if the new employee in the course of the first year again retiring from the company. To minimize the early turnover rate and the resulting costs in companies, is the personal introduction process or even onboarding”measured at more and more importance. By means of a systematic introduction of staff to prevent that new employees be adjusted and left to more or less even, which can ultimately lead to frustration phenomena. Herein the greatest risk is that workers usually already weeks or decide in the first few days, whether they stay in the company, or not.
Especially in the initial phase needs and expectations of both sides should be brought through planned and structured then implemented measures in accordance. With regard to these measures is It is necessary, the phases of the Onboardingprozesses always in mind to keep. From the psychological side, the Onboardingprozess includes four phases, which in turn parallel to the learning curve of the new employee. The stages of the Onboardingprozesses include expectations, enthusiasm, disillusion / Realitatsschock and integration / onboarding. Similarly, the learning curve with ignorance, initial understanding, perception of the complexity of ignorance as well as development / training runs.
The objective of establishing personnel respectively of the Onboardings is the new staff in addition to a systematic training in the new work item, ensuring also social integration into the working environment. This may have different characteristics from company to company. However, in most cases, the new employee receives advance a schedule which shows him the procedure and the dates of the next few weeks. At the latest with the release of the new employee whose work including infrastructure, such as, for example, a PC, should Cards, customer and team information, etc., to be provided.