How Onboarding and Hiring Go Hand-in-Hand

Onboarding and hiring go hand-in-hand. One establishes and runs through policy, regulation and rules, and the other cultivates and develops a relationship with the recently hired employee, making the two a dynamic duo — just like PB&J.

Hiring is the Peanut Butter

Hiring is the process of selecting a candidate to fill an open position within an organization, whereas onboarding is the process necessary to prepare and familiarize the new hire with company procedures, policies and culture.

An automated, streamlined and compliance-focused hiring program grants companies the freedom to select the best talent from a pool of qualified candidates. Reaching out to a variety of skilled candidates allows for your company to set a high bar in terms of standards and expectations.

Onboarding is the Jelly

Similar to jelly, onboarding offers a flavor of your organization to your employee. Implementing an effective onboarding system ensures that employees feel comfortable in their work environment and understand the culture, proper procedure and policies made by the organization. Without onboarding, the hiring process would be short and employees would feel a major disconnect from your company.

Not only does onboarding have a great impact on organizational culture, but its safety, as well. Informing employees of consequences, resources and safety protocols, as well as stressing safety as a priority will make for an educated, more careful workforce.

Without hiring, onboarding would have nothing to “stick” to, and without onboarding, the hiring process could all be for nothing, as employees will not fully understand your company’s basic principles and messages. An automated, paperless hiring process couples well with a strategic and efficient onboarding system, just like the all-too-familiar peanut butter and jelly.

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