Manager Onboarding with guest speaker Sharlyn Lauby

Onboarding is a key aspect of employee retention. Managers are an essential component of this critical activity. So why aren’t more managers being trained in how to onboard new employees?

Join our conversation with consultant and HR Bartender blog founder Sharlyn Lauby as we discuss how giving managers the tools to successfully onboard new employees can help set your business up for success. It’s a lively and thought-provoking conversation that will be sure to spark new ideas for you and your team.

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“Let’s face it: Nobody hires an employee and says, ‘well you know, they’re kind of mediocre. We’re really hoping we’ll get nine months out of them and then we kind of anticipate them leaving.’”

New Hire Pre-Boarding

In this white paper, Sharlyn Lauby discusses how pre-boarding can help make a new hire’s first few days a success by helping them feel like they’re part of the team and contributing to the bottom-line. If you want to drive engagement and retention, this white paper is essential reading.

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About Sharlyn Lauby

Sharlyn Lauby is an author, writer, speaker and consultant. She has been named a Top HR Digital Influencer and is best-known for her work on HR Bartender, a friendly place to talk about workplace issues. HR Bartender has been recognized as one of the Top 5 Blogs read by HR professionals by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) and best business blog by the Stevie Awards. Sharlyn is the author of ”Manager Onboarding: 5 Steps for Setting New Leaders Up for Success” and “The Recruiter’s Handbook: A Complete Guide for Sourcing, Selecting, and Engaging the Best Talent”, which are available in the SHRM Store.

Dedicated help every step of the way

Throughout the onboarding process you'll have a one-to-one service experience:

  • Sales representative will help you gather the necessary information.
  • Implementation specialist will audit back to the beginning of the year and process your first few payrolls for you.
  • Designated payroll specialist, who will be your one point of contact once you're fully onboarded, is 100 percent accountable to make sure you're taken care of.