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Improving Your Employee Onboarding Process With Seven Storytelling Tips

Summary: New hire orientations can often feel rushed, a little boring, and don't always introduce the new employee to all of the people and assets that the company offers. Creating ways to make the orientation process more interactive and engaging like a story will lead to more engaged new hires that retain new information easier. Allowing a new hire to know the history of the company and the possibilities of where it could go can help the new hire understand their roles and their capabilities. Integrating more storytelling into the orientation experience is a great way to to foster knowledgeable and engaged new hires.

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  • Topics: Leadership
  • Keywords: Process improvement, Mentoring, Recruitment and hiring procedures, New workplace, Hiring practices
  • Author: Stephenson, Jessica
  • Journal: Journal for Quality and Participation