Young workers are more likely to leave their jobs due to a bad experience with onboarding. They might not feel like they are a valued member of the team, that they are being given enough responsibility, or that they are being mentored.

The key to retaining young workers is to make sure that they are properly onboarded. This means that the company should invest in a program or process that will help the new hire feel welcomed and appreciated.

Onboarding is the process of integrating new employees into the company culture and getting them up to speed on what it takes to do their job well. It is also about making sure that new hires understand how their work impacts the organization’s overall goals and objectives.

Steps to Onboarding

  1. Create a plan for the new team member
    The plan should include all of the tasks that need to be completed in order for the new team member to be productive, as well as a timeline for completion.
  2. Prepare an onboarding guide
    This will help them get up-to-speed with what they need to know about your company and its role. The guide should include information on company culture, technology, policies, and procedures.
  3. Provide a welcoming experience
    Meet and greet their new colleagues and get acclimated with their surroundings.