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Employee Onboarding: Why Days at Work are Critical for Success

The second half of 2022 saw the emergence of one of the most challenging labor markets the world has ever seen. To a degree, the labor market started transforming at the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic with employees being laid off or asked to work from home. Asked to return two years later, many cited changed priorities as their main reason to quit their jobs.  The Great Resignation, as it became known, put employers in a difficult position. A far higher-than-usual volume of resignations left key positions open for long periods of time. Service delivery suffered across numerous industry sectors. As we are entering 2023, the labor market has been projected to slow its growth trajectory, but that does not mean employers can relax just now.  Successful onboarding remains one of the critical points of the recruitment process. Getting this stage right can determine whether a new employee leaves within a few months or stays with the company for years.  How the Human Resources (HR) Lan

Usetiful Now Integrates with Zapier: That Means More Automation and Deeper Employee Engagement

  We're pleased to announce that Zapier can now integrate with Usetiful. This integration opens up a whole new range of employee onboarding possibilities for businesses, including:  More automation Deeper connections with your entire software stack Better user onboarding analytics Enhanced sharing and collaboration across your organization Zapier helps you connect employee onboarding software with your entire software stack, meaning you can take advantage of automation, drive greater in-person experiences, and build better data workflows between tools. Employee onboarding can be quicker, easier, and more detailed. What's not to like? What is Zapier? For anyone who doesn't know, Zapier is a no-code tool that allows users to connect over 5000 different web applications. By using if/then logic, Zapier creates automated workflows via a simple drag-and-drop interface. These connections are called Zaps, and they can make your business more efficient. Here is a simple example of w

The Value of Digital Employee Onboarding: Why Your Organization must Implement One

  Talent acquisition and employee retention have never been more critical. Employers are competing for a small pool of specialist workers, and remote work has made these contests even harder. With the technological landscape shifting constantly, employers need to find staff with modern skills. However, finding and hiring the best workers is a massive problem for companies worldwide. According to recent research by HubSpot and Boon, one in four CEOs says that talent acquisition is the biggest reason holding their company back .  When companies find the right staff, they must do everything possible to ensure their new hires feel welcome and comfortable in their new job. As remote work has grown, helping employees bed in has become more challenging. Digital employee onboarding is a solution to many of these issues. Automating your onboarding can save your business resources while providing your employees with everything they need to settle and become productive members of your team. What

Are Old Onboarding Practices Failing to Engage Your New Hires? It's Time for Digital Employee Onboarding

  Good employee onboarding is an essential aspect of retention and productivity. Helping new hires get oriented with the tools they need for the job means they can quickly become comfortable and productive at your business. Digital adoption tools like Usetiful can help you achieve these aims and improve your employee retention figures. Image by DCStudio on Freepik Speak to recruiters and talent acquisition teams, and they'll tell you the same thing: hiring is very challenging right now. This situation is especially true in the tech sector. While the data might not support the narrative around the Great Resignation , employers are still struggling to find great staff. In theory, remote and hybrid work means businesses have access to a greater talent pool. But in practice, it's made hiring more competitive as potential employees field offers from wide locations. Additionally, the world is going through a massive cost of living crisis. Global inflation is at around 7.5%. Rates in