What’s inside The HR Manager's Guide to Employee "Reonboarding"?
According to SHRM, new employee onboarding is "the process of integrating a new employee with a company and its culture, as well as getting a new hire the tools and information needed to become a productive member of the team."
The most robust employee onboarding programs can last up to one whole calendar year. But, here's my question - why stop then?
So much changes at a company over the course of a year. Think about where your company was a year ago and where you are today.
Are there new faces?
Of course there are. And in some cases, your mission, values, culture, and core company strategy may have shifted as well. The truth is companies are in a constant state of flux, and as a result "onboarding" never reaches a final state.
This is where the idea of employee reonboarding comes into the picture. It doesn't matter if an employee has been working at your company for three months or three years, everybody needs to be reoriented as things change - sometimes that may even mean on a daily basis.
This guide maps out the requirements needed for a successful "reonboarding" program that will lead to every employee feeling engaged and empowered.