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This is a bundled training package. It contains training for each of the bundled items below:

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Strategies for Successful Employee Onboarding: An Introduction $74.95
Strategies for Successful Employee Onboarding: Getting Started $74.95
Strategies for Successful Employee Onboarding: Assessing Program Success $74.95
Preparing to Dismiss an Employee $74.95
Managing the Dismissal of an Employee $74.95

Bundle Price: $199.00
Total Savings: $175.75

Strategies for Successful Employee Onboarding: An Introduction

What is employee onboarding and how does it differ from orientation? How can investment of time and money into such a program improve your organization? This course introduces the concept of employee onboarding and demonstrates that it's a wise investment if properly executed. Onboarding programs rebuke the old adage that it is HR who deals with new hires. On the contrary, it's managers who should be deeply involved for the program to be successful. This course provides managers with an insight into their unique role and outlines the benefits they reap from properly onboarding new hires. The course illustrates the key elements of an effective onboarding program, and explains how onboarding is different from traditional orientation. Rather than being an event, onboarding becomes an ongoing process that can last upwards of a year. During this time, employees have a greater chance of becoming acculturated with the organization, and will become more productive in a quicker period of time than with orientation alone. Furthermore, a successful onboarding program can greatly decrease employee turnover, as new employees feel engaged and motivated in their new roles.

Learning Objectives
  • Distinguish between employee orientation and onboarding
  • Determine if an onboarding program has all the elements to make it successful
  • Identify the high-level objectives of onboarding programs
  • Recognize the types of activities managers should undertake to onboard employees effectively

Strategies for Successful Employee Onboarding: Getting Started

Rolling out an onboarding strategy can help your organization create more engaged new employees and help them embrace your company culture. This, in turn, helps reduce turnover rates and can have a positive impact on your bottom line. But where should you start with your onboarding program? If you think the process seems overwhelming, you're not alone. This course introduces actions you can take before the new hire arrives. It then considers the activities that should take place in the ensuing days, weeks, and months. It is the manager – not HR – who's responsible for the onboarding program and who can make or break the process. To that end, the course provides tips for how the manager can best embrace the process and be aware of the challenges it involves. The buddy system, a valuable part of the onboarding program, is explained in detail.

Learning Objectives
  • Describe the challenges of the onboarding process
  • Choose a buddy in a given onboarding scenario
  • Determine if a manager created a compelling first-week experience for a new hire in a given scenario
  • Support a new hire in a given onboarding scenario
  • Identify the components of supportive onboarding

Strategies for Successful Employee Onboarding: Assessing Program Success

When you can see measurable results from your onboarding program, it provides you with the information you need to make continuous improvements. In order to receive continuing support for your program, you need to demonstrate its benefits. But how can you know that your onboarding program is achieving what you set out to achieve? In order to ensure your program is having a positive effect on the organization, it's important to measure it for successes and shortfalls. This course introduces key areas to focus on when evaluating your onboarding program, including how to assess new hire adjustment levels. The importance of soliciting feedback from participants is stressed, as well as the common issues that arise during onboarding. The course also reviews metrics for measuring the success of the actual program such as retention rates, employee satisfaction, and time to competency.

Learning Objectives
  • Match onboarding feedback areas with example survey questions
  • Recognize common issues with onboarding
  • Determine how well a new employee has adjusted in given scenario
  • Recognize examples that indicate new hires have adjusted to their roles
  • Determine if the correct steps were taken to measure the success of onboarding in a given scenario
  • Match onboarding success benchmarks to examples of how they are measured

Preparing to Dismiss an Employee

Dismissing an employee is never an easy task because it can be emotionally difficult. Also, dismissals can impact other employees and the company. If it's the right thing to do and you're well prepared, the dismissal can provide an opportunity for you to educate other employees, and improve employee morale and productivity. Being well prepared for dismissing an employee allows you to handle the dismissal with integrity and fairness. This course covers the benefits of being properly prepared when dealing with employee dismissals. It also provides the steps to help you dismiss an employee properly. The steps include providing clear expectations, giving warnings, making the final decision, and preparing a termination letter.

Learning Objectives
  • Recognize the benefits of being able to prepare for the dismissal of an employee properly
  • Identify actions to take to make sure the employee knows what is expected in a given scenario
  • Match examples of situations requiring discipline with the appropriate disciplinary action to be taken
  • Determine whether an employee should be dismissed in a given scenario
  • Recognize the requirements of a dismissal letter that have been met in a given scenario

Managing the Dismissal of an Employee

One of the main reasons managers are reluctant to dismiss an employee is because they dread the termination interview. Even if the termination is a layoff, giving notice to an employee is a heavy burden. How you manage the termination interview will impact remaining employees and your organization. You must learn how to handle dismissals fairly by preparing yourself in advance and maintaining control of the situation. Ensure your company's security and the well-being of your team members by undertaking the appropriate follow-up responsibilities. This course covers how to prepare for the termination interview by forming your approach and creating a structure for the interview. It also provides you with guidelines to follow when conducting a termination interview and outlines the types of follow-up responsibilities that might be required.

Learning Objectives
  • Recognize how to prepare effectively for a termination interview
  • Identify guidelines for conducting a termination interview that have been correctly implemented in a given scenario
  • Conduct a termination interview effectively in a given scenario
  • Recognize appropriate follow-up activities to undertake when dismissing an employee
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