A successful start, and a successful farewell
Smooth onboarding pays off in two ways: first, it makes it easier for your new employees to start; second, it makes sure that people in your company are happy in the long run. Professional offboarding, which accompanies the employees up to the last step with appreciation, is also part of every good company.
New employees need to be both professionally and socially committed to the company from the outset. Right from the first day, they should be developing a good feeling about the company, not already thinking of handing in their notice, as happens with one-fifth of all employees. High turnover rates damage the company, because they dampen the team spirit and prevent the transfer of expertise.
Your employees feel comfortable more quickly and are happier coming to work.
They are more willing to do more if they feel accepted.
A high level of employee commitment reduces the staff turnover rate.
Employees achieve their performance potential faster, stay for longer, are more satisfied and are happy to develop further. In addition, they are happier to get involved, recommend the employer to others and behave more loyally.
90% of the new employees decide in the first six months whether they will stay in the company. 20% of the all employee turnover occurs in the first 45 working days. (Source: The Aberdeen Group)
A successful admission procedure thus contributes significantly to employee satisfaction.
The right software makes onboarding/offboarding much easier. HR Campus provides you with the right HR software products with benefits that include the following:
With our HR Services, we take the load off your HR exactly where it make sense to you: Select a software-as-a-service (SaaS) solution and we will sort out a worry-free software-service package for the HR aspect you require. Or you can outsource one or more HR activities completely to us – we call it Business Services.
With HR People, we also offer you HR experts in the area of Onboarding and Offboarding who can support your team in the short, medium and long term: Illness or long-term absences, a lack of specialist know-how or the bridging of personnel bottlenecks.