We’ve got your back. We know how important it is to introduce your new employees and customers to your way of working, and the only way to do that is with a strong onboarding program.
We design award-winning onboarding with that in mind - to help them quickly reach competency while increasing engagement rates among new hires!
Making a great first impression matters. Onboarding is the most crucial part of maintaining performance and culture. This involves taking necessary steps to ensure new employees feel welcomed in your environment, have guidance for success, and get set up with all they need from day one. The process ensures longevity by building on top-quality foundations that last over time; it also creates excitement around coming into work every day!
Starting a new job is an exciting experience. Put yourself in the shoes of an employee starting in your company today - do you have a clear idea of what that experience is?
Problems we solve.
At Obsidea, we believe that the first step to changing any organisation's learning lifecycle is by providing an onboarding program. This is one of our four strategic pillars, and our aim is to leave no confusion on what employees need in order to be successful and hit the ground running.
We are dedicated to ensuring every onboarding program is a success. Whether you're looking for a complete overhaul of your existing program, an exciting new initiative in your company or onboarding to events and experiences we can assist every step of the way and increase:
Job clarity and satisfaction
Connection to organisational mission and values
Avoiding compliance risks
Our process to kick-start your onboarding
We work with your teams to get an idea of your current onboarding structure and technology - in order for us to help optimise the onboarding we need to have a clear picture of how you currently work. Using this stage we get an understanding of what is required in your onboarding program from digital modules, checklists, new processes and more.
We focus on four milestones of your employees experience - their first day (including leading up to it), their first week, their first month and their first 90-days.
Check out two case studies below: