New hires are provided familiarity training with corporate systems and culture, and general training is provided through face-to-face or virtual instruction in batches. This creates a bottleneck and wasted effort, as most onboard processes aren’t immediately important to new employees, and employee work and homelife situations differ.
Goals and Objectives
Just-in-time onboarding provided both before and after start date for all types of employees decreases the lag between hiring and productivity, increases the employees sense of contribution during their transition, and saves the organization resources on unproductive initiation.
This use case is supported by an intelligent workforce planning and integrated benefits and employee information systems, analytic tools, and cognitive capabilities to intelligently suggest next best action consistent with specific employee needs and business and HR consulting to establish priorities, sequencing, and effectiveness measures. Social introductions and interactions are also encouraged with team members and management, enabled through HR platforms.
Use Case Summary
Combining capabilities of adaptive skill development with culture, process and system training, and real-time learning impact increases throughput and employee satisfaction and reduces time to productivity. Social interactions more quickly instill a sense of belonging and help improve short-term retention rates, particularly for remote employees.