The first year of employment is critical to retention. According to several studies up to 86 percent of new hires decide within the first six months of employment whether or not to leave the company. Given the cost of acquiring a new employee companies are seeking strategies to find and keep the right people. Strategies include automating as much as possible and leveraging learning and talent management strategies in multiple and blended ways.
The real benefits of Onboarding Seminar include forging a lasting relationship with a new employee and speeding their time to competency and productivity with the organization is the goal. Without appropriate Onboarding Seminar practices, a new hire’s success with an organization becomes a much more “sink-or-swim” proposition. Increasing speed to competence and productivity must be key features of any onboarding program.
845 Third Avenue
New York, NY 10022
This conference is intended for executives charged with leadership development, talent management, human resources, organizational effectiveness, talent management, learning and development, training and engagement.
* Lilith Christiansen, Author, Successful Onboarding
* Julie Corsi, Global Talent Deployment, MetLife, Inc.
* Julie Curtin, Director of Global Learning, Kelly Services, Inc.
* Lana Aref Harel, Manager, Global Onboarding, Google Inc.
* Sandy Lionetti, Chief Talent Officer, Mindshare
* Judith Lannin Panagakos, Executive Director, JPMorgan Chase & Co.
* Julie Norquist Roy, Vice President of Marketing, Cornerstone OnDemand, Inc.
* Mark Stein, Author, Successful Onboarding
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