Why Your Business Can’t Afford an Outdated Onboarding Process

Onboarding sets the precedent for a new hire’s entire experience. Unfortunately, only 12% of employees strongly agree their company has an effective new hire onboarding process, according to Gallup.


The onboarding process doesn’t have to work against engagement. But positioning it as a tool to excite employees about their future requires us to redefine what it means. The process shouldn’t be a generic step that’s boring for employees. Rather, it should be the pivotal moment when new employees:


  • adopt the company vision
  • learn about their role
  • commit to their purpose


So how do companies capture onboarding’s potential and transform it to a platform for engagement?

Almost There!





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Paycom provides transformative HR and payroll software for the entire employee life cycle. A single, easy-to-use software empowers employees to access, manage and update their own HR data — from benefits and PTO to direct deposit and everything in between — all under the same digital roof. The transfer of responsibility from HR to employee increases accuracy, security and compliance; improves the overall employee experience, thus boosting retention levels; and frees HR to focus on driving greater business value.