It is the first day of your new job. As you walk through the sliding door and head towards the reception to let people know that you have arrived, you cannot hold back your emotions: anxiety and enthusiasm live together in your mood! This is exactly the opportunity you've been waiting for. Your new manager welcomes you; talk about the team, the projects you will have to deal with, your goals and the responsibilities you will have to manage. The HR team shows you how the company is structured, takes you to visit the offices and finally shows you your new workplace. Despite the initial welcome, you feel confused and confused. How many questions come to your mind but you are afraid to disturb or you just don't know who to turn to.
Will I have to take training courses?
Where can I find my boss's phone number?
What are my rights and duties?
Where is the canteen located?
A lack of guidance and orientation in the early days of a new job can be frustrating and discouraging. According to a report conducted by SHRM called "Human Capital Benchmarking", companies spend an average of $ 4,129 for each new employee and take 42 days to find the right candidate. This translates into a considerable waste of time and investment for every employee who decides to leave the company.
How to ensure that employees remain loyal to the company from day one?
Creating a real welcome strategy could be the winning solution to guide the new employee in the new work environment, and at the same time strengthen the positive image that the candidate has of the company. To facilitate this process, the most innovative HR departments propose the delivery of a digital Welcome Kit. It is an easy-to-read, immediate and "smatphone" tool! The app, designed for IOs and Android, allows all employees to access a great deal of information on the organization they are part of or in which they have just been hired, and provides a clear and immediate understanding of values, corporate identity, structure, employee's people, roles, rights & duties.
By accessing the app, the employee finds everything he needs thanks to the breakdown of information by thematic areas and topics. It does not end here. For newcomers, there is also the possibility of taking online training courses thanks to direct access to the company intranet.
The result? Innovation, clarity, transparency and systematization of information.
Each company has its employer branding strategy, presenting it in a unique and innovative way is the key to turning talent into the company.