Pre-Onboarding is the stage between a new hires acceptance of offer letter and their joining date. There is a strong uncertainty in this phase and a strong pre-onboarding process engages them effectively. It also reduces operational overhead by automating administrative and logistical tasks. Most importantly, it provides opportunities for the new hire to feel welcomed and valued, and to begin ramping up for Day 1.Learn More
MyJoining buddies lets new hires connect with the employees in an organization and acquaints them with organization policy and norms.
A standard pre-onboarding process affects the employee’s sense-making phase and increases their chance of staying in an organization greatly.
MyJoining enables new hires to be productive by integrating them into the organization before Day 1. They already know about the organization.
Form filling, verification and reconciliation are taken care of. The entire process is digitized and data is stored in secure cloud.
There are four fundamental needs of the organization and the new hires in the onboarding journey.
Compliance is the most elementary needs of any organization.
Organizations for their internal records, payroll, and benefits administration as well as statutory deductions and filings need new hires to fill up multiple forms.
Clarification is making sure that the new hires understand the roles and responsibilities and the expectations from them.
Culture is an understanding of an organizations values, belief's, history, mission and vision they stand for.
It takes some time before a new hire can become part of the culture and start living it.
Connection refers to corporate, interpersonal relationships and social networks that new hires should try and create in their early days.
When a new hire accepts an offer letter, he is ready to make the change and often times exploring multiple options. Often a lot of new hires take counter offers after accepting the offer letters. Pre-Onboarding journey allows organizations to map their steps taken by new hire from offer acceptance to joining and engages the new hires at different interaction points during the journey to retain them.