Expediting employee onboarding is extremely important for many healthcare organizations right now. Many healthcare facilities are ramping up hiring for departments affected by COVID-19. An HRMS with a new hire onboarding portal is quick, easy, and compliant.
In this article, we will focus on the New Employee Onboarding Portal.
An HRMS includes:
- Federal and state tax forms
- Benefits enrollment and plan information
- Employee handbook
- Payroll setup
- Completion confirmation
- WOTC application and filing
- Background and reference checks
Does it take a long time to get new employees up-to-speed?
When you hire a new employee, you want them to start contributing as quickly as possible. In hospitals, clinics, and senior care facilities, it’s never been more important to get employee onboarding right.
Manual onboarding can be a big pain. Structured onboarding with an HRMS improves engagement, retention, and your overall employer brand.
When your new hire accepts your offer letter, your HRMS emails them a link to the New Employee Onboarding Portal.
The portal walks them through all the paperwork. Your administrators can monitor task completion. The new employee can fill out all the paperwork at home before they arrive at work their first day.
Make the first day less stressful
Take away the stress of the first day by telling them in advance where to park and how to clock in. An HRMS onboarding portal can send them a welcome email with all pertinent first-day information.
Ensure their manager or someone on their team greets them at the door. Make sure everyone on their team introduces themselves the first day. Set up their workstation before they show up.
Don’t cram everything into the first day or week. Prioritize establishing a relationship over completing processes.
9 Employee Onboarding Key Findings
(Source: The Aberdeen Report)
Onboarding is critical. And many U.S. employers don’t get it right.
- 31% of workers have quit a job after less than 6 months (SHRM)
- 53% of employees said they could do their job better with improved training
- Only 32% of employers have a formal onboarding program
- 56% of self-labeled ‘disengaged’ employees said they got poor training or no training at all
- 17.5% of employees said they didn’t understand what was expected of them until they had worked 90 days or more
- The cost of losing an employee can be twice the employee’s salary or more (LinkedIn)
- Onboarding has the second-highest business impact of all 22 HR practices (LinkedIn)
- Unhappy and disengaged workers cost the U.S. $483-$605 billion each year (Forbes)
- 44% of CFOs say poor hiring decisions greatly affect morale (Robert Half)
You can create a superior onboarding process with an HRMS. Improved onboarding will help new hires get up to speed quickly so your facility can care for increased patient loads now and in the future.