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8 December at 14:00
A good onboarding process with associated routines will help new employees understand the organisation’s values, way of working and, not least, create an opportunity to get to know new business. Give new colleagues the best possible start to their working relationship with digital onboarding.
The motivation to acquire knowledge about working conditions and a new employer is often high immediately after entering into a contract. The period leading up to the first day of work is therefore a great opportunity to let employees start preparations for a new working day. A safe Onboarding is about being well prepared and confident in new surroundings. With Snapper’s template-based onboarding, it is easy to arrange for professional knowledge dissemination even before a new colleague shows up for the first day of work (often called preboarding).
Example of a preboarding learning course:
The first time in a new job is characterized by a lot of new information. It is therefore important that the onboarding process is spread over time and that the flow of information is prioritized and portioned.
With e-learning and a digital learning curve, the onboarding avoids interfering with daily tasks. Let the employee get to know the new workplace at their own pace. Snapper onboarding provides a structured and clear implementation of the necessary training measures.
Learning is most effective when it is experienced as meaningful. Interaction between the employee’s needs and the position’s requirements for deliveries will be decisive for a positive learning curve. Snapper onboarding allows for adaptation of the standard start-up course in relation to individual job instructions and work routines. Finish the onboarding race with a fellow player who is inspired to learn more!
Gain insight into how SNAPPER – One platform for competence management and learning in the company – can secure and utilize the potential of the company’s employees and their competence.
Read more about Onboarding on our blog pages here
HR Norway also has a lot of good information on the subject. See here
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