Category : Research

A Great Onboarding Experience Retains Employees

A Great Onboarding Experience Retains Employees

The process of integrating a new employee into an organization is known as onboarding. Onboarding is supposed to be an experience to the new hires, not a process. If the employee feels great throughout the great onboarding experience then they are most likely to stay. This post will be a part of a series of posts where we take one onboarding statistic and break it down to understand the meaning behind it. Here is our onboarding stat of the day.

69% of employees are more likely to stay with a company for three years if they experienced great onboarding


The Current Scenario

Companies often spend a small fragment of time onboarding new hires. With up to 20% of staff turnover occurring within the first 45 days of employment, a standardized onboarding process is essential. After the initial onboarding is complete some companies continue to offer new hires relevant training and development opportunities.