For growing organizations, on-boarding new employees can take weeks or even months, plus all of the operational costs. With the pace that business moves today, you need to bring employees up to speed as quickly as possible.
Join TIBCO's Larry McAlister, Sr. Director, Human Resources for our live webinar, Put On-Boarding into Overdrive, Get Employees Up to Speed 5x Faster, and discover how enterprise social networking connects employees to the right people and information, accelerating the on-boarding experience.
Why you should attend:
◦ Discover how to flatten the corporate hierarchy and ensure employees feel empowered
◦ Learn how to speed up the on-boarding process and increase employee engagement from the get-go
◦ Get tips and advice on how to identify new talent and heighten recognition for top performers
Discover how enterprise social networking is critical for bringing employees up to speed and saving time and costs. Learn how to use private social networks to:
• streamline HR processes
• train, empower and engage employees
• identify new talent
• flatten corporate hierarchies
• recognize and reward top performers
Private social networks can also help dissolve top-down management flattening the corporate hierarchy to ensure employees feel empowered. This more democratic approach has proven to boost employee satisfaction, morale, and ultimately, employees’ overall engagement.
These internal social platforms are also a great arena for to give employees their voice through surveys and polls, get feedback and suggestions and have an overall better understanding of how employees are reacting to new policies, changes they’d like to see, or just general comments they have for the organization.
Private social networks improve internal communications and have had a profound impact on organizational culture and HR efforts. In this session you will gain deeper insight into how internal social networks facilitate motivation, boost morale and speed up the on-boarding process.
Who Should Participate
What You Will Learn
Discover how to flatten the corporate hierarchy and ensure employees feel empowered
Learn how to speed up the on-boarding process and increase employee engagement from the get-go
Get tips and advice on how to identify new talent and heighten recognition for top performers
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