In government, we use SOOO MANNY acronyms
Its exhausting :(
How are organizations being "transparent" with new hires on how their onboarding will go?
I can answer Evan’s question in one of my slides
Recruitment team sets those Expectations for us, before Accept into Onboarding.
When are new hires expected to get up to speed? Whats a reasonable time frame?
90 days @Andre? :)
OMG.. 1 week max
L&D handoff needs to be crisp for Day 1
90 days? Wow.
I like Live Use Case presentation / panel review in Recruitment.. so they know what they will build day 1..
We at NuBank call them Nuvinhos for a few weeks..
I read recently that Netflix (or maybe some other SV behemoth) would give their new hires an 'impactful' project within their first 1 - 2 weeks so they felt they contributed. I think the idea of "ramp" up is pretty company-specific, but you should set the expectation that by the time your probation runs out (90 days), both employee & employer feel there is a mutual fit and level of success.
@Evan I like that idea
@Susan: How are you handing the Legal Regulations constraints for International Hires, where National ID Handling and building Logic into the Role, Grade, Job Assignment, what documents and Onboarding Tasks you assign?
What Trends are you seeing in the HR HelpDesk Area?
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IT team loves their jobs lol and music puns lol
Great Statement Susan!
Intersect has awesome culture.
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Thanks from Brazil! Have a wonderful and safe year!
Thank you attending! I have to run to another call now. But great connecting with you all!