Examining Onboarding Experience through the Lens of New Employees’ Expectations after Covid-19: An Empirical Study
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Onboarding is an established process in an organization that can span from 3 days to 1 year. Onboarding entails functional induction and professional socialization of the new employee in the company’s environment. It helps the employee to learn about the behaviors and expectations required for the position. Even after that, the outcomes of Onboarding are mostly not realized. The past and recent efforts on Onboarding are mostly related to creating a successful Onboarding process and has been unidirectional. This paper addresses the expectation of new employees joining the manufacturing industry in a management role after covid-19, and how integrating new employee’s expectations with the Onboarding process will help enhance employee’s experience during Onboarding. The paper also considers the key factors that will enable a new employee to increase efficiency and reduce the turnaround time. In all, the study stitches the various best practices in the industry and employee’s expectations from Onboarding, bringing out a fruitful outcome.
Jay Kant Singh, Sonal Shree, Pravin Dange. Examining Onboarding Experience through the Lens of New Employees’ Expectations after Covid-19: An Empirical Study. Cardiometry; Issue 23; August 2022; p.780-787; DOI: 10.18137/cardiometry.2022.23.780-787; Available from: https://www.cardiometry.net/issues/no23-august-2022/examining-onboarding-experience