Streamlining the employee onboarding process is an obstacle many companies face. From the signing of the offer letter to swag sent to the new hire’s door step to their first team lunch, important information can easily fall through the cracks. Hiring managers want to make their newest team member feel welcomed and our Employee Onboarding Template is designed to do just that. With this Template, hiring managers can guide new hires through the onboarding process to make sure no key information is left behind and the employee feels welcome to their new team. Our Employee Onboarding Template includes the following:
Personalized Homepage - Welcome new team members from the start. This personalized homepage gives you a chance to show off your company’s culture and elicit excitement for employee's first day. Start with a welcome video from your executive team using one of our seven video integrations to highlight your company’s values and other key messages so employees start to feel right at home.
First Week Schedule - Your new team member wants to hit the ground running. This first week schedule will allow them to guide themselves through their first week. New hires can plan ahead and prepare for meetings without having to ask their hiring manager “What’s next?”.
Meet the Team - Whether you are in the office or in a virtual one, meeting the team can be overwhelming for any new employee. Help them keep track of all of the names and faces with this Meet the Team page. Not only will it help them feel more comfortable chatting around the coffee maker but it will also give them the tools to know who to reach out to and for what. This way they aren’t spending time asking around for who to get a new mouse from but instead going straight to the source.
Team Goals - Help your new hire get up to speed on where your team is headed this quarter and this year by displaying your team’s goals. This information will help them feel confident in the next team meeting because instead of playing catch up they can slip right into the conversation. Being aware of team goals from the beginning will give your new team member direction when it comes to planning out their first big moves in the company.
FAQ - Starting a new job is overwhelming and sometimes a new hire doesn’t know enough to know what questions they need to be asking. Give them a FAQ page filled with questions others have asked, like “Where is the snack drawer?'' Or “Where do I park on my first day?” This will help them feel more confident navigating their first few weeks and help them get to bigger questions that will impact their work.
Checklist - While starting a new job is a lot of fun, it also comes with a lot of paper work which can easily be lost in that overflowing first day inbox. The Checklist page streamline this important aspect of starting a new job and will help the new hire and team keep on track.
The Employee Onboarding Template is a must-have for growing companies. It offers companies the ability to show off their brand and personality while also keeping employees on track of important tasks. This Template can easily be copied into your Lumavate Studio and enable you to quickly customize the content and branding to make it relevant for your business and your employees. Using the Employee Onboarding Template, it takes less than 30 minutes to have a fully personalized digital experience that helps streamline your onboarding process. Text JOINVISION to 586828* to see an example of how the Employee Onboarding Template could work for your team. *Msg & data rates may apply. May receive up to 2 msgs. Reply HELP to 586828 for help. Text STOP to 586828 to cancel. For terms and privacy, click here to learn more.