Strategic Onboarding Systems
It is an employee’s market, which makes attracting and retaining top talent even tougher. Since the Central Pennsylvania job market has less than a 4% unemployment rate, companies must change their approach to attracting and retaining talent in order to remain competitive and to build a robust and sustainable talent pool.
Slate Consultants has developed an innovative approach to “Winning the Workforce Wars” which is designed to transform a traditional onboarding program to a Strategic Onboarding System that focuses on the employee experience.
Traditionally, onboarding has been led by HR and treated as a single event rather than a process. New hires are passive participants in a one or two-day orientation. They receive information about policies and procedures, sign lots of paperwork, and are perhaps given a tour. Although these are important activities to complete, they are focused on benefits and needs of the employer, and do little to enhance the employee experience.
- Designing the right Organization Structure to align Strategy and Execution
- Change Management
- Process Mapping
- Smart Growth for Business
Performance Improvement helps organizations become more successful and stay ahead of the competition. It involves measuring, reporting and managing progress in order to improve performance, both at an individual level, and at a corporate level.
GOAL: Identify barriers to excellence, and then determine and implement the best solutions to eliminate the barriers.
- Any map will do if you don't know where you are going
- Work with senior leadership team to set priorities, focus energy and resources, strengthen operations, ensure that employees and other stakeholders are working toward common goals
- 5 step process
- Developing your organization's Values, Vision and Mission- as well as to the operational goals and objectives that make your vision and mission attainable
- Managing Organizational Performance to ensure that the organization is on track and that business objectives are being achieved effectively and effectively
- Program Meetings