Although people are starting to talk about offboarding ,onboarding is still prioritised by companies because it is considered essential to help employees integrate and fosters their loyalty. And ultimately, it reduces the financial and operational consequences when turnover is too high.
These are challenges that Digital Learning has shown it can meet, whether in the traditional sense of training a new employee for their job, or more broadly:
– Presenting the company and its values
– Encouraging a feeling of belonging among new employees
– Sharing the same messages and ensuring integration is consistent for teams that are located far apart.
« In terms of onboarding, Digital Learning supplements and enhances traditional methods of induction and integration. But it doesn’t replace them »,says Hervé Henry. In concrete terms, there is no question of cancelling induction days, for example, which are an opportunity for discussion and contact, or allowing a new employee to acculturate to their new organisation alone, in front of a screen.
« But used coherently within the entire course, Digital Learning remains ideal for disseminating and embodying certain specificities of the company… especially among the younger generations, for whom digital tools are a requirement ! »