catalyst because the Metaverse has the potential to create more realistic, immersive and personalized digital experiences for the workforce, including more compelling learning, hiring and collaboration experiences.
Organizations that have automated processes are much more likely to see an increase in engagement, retention, customer satisfaction, and retention. This is likely because they can improve more long-term goals by giving over time-consuming tasks to automation and focusing on the more strategic aspects of onboarding such as early coaching and mentoring, linking onboarding to learning, and cultural communication.
The Metaverse is the future of HCM technology and should be embraced. HR leaders should use the time they have before the Metaverse is fully developed to create a strategic plan, build an ecosystem and make incremental progress. The potential benefits for all areas of HCM are too important to let barriers stand in the way.
mTotal, a learning and talent management software provider for approximately $200 million in a cash transaction.
backed talent acquisition technology, you need to determine what people, processes, and technology you have in place to help talent acquisition professionals understand and make use of the technology they are given.
HireRoad may have a new name, but its commitment to success remains the same. HireRoad understands that successful outcomes come through offering a variety of methods for hiring, onboarding, and learning, that address a new hire’s unique needs and desires.
At a time when companies seek to remove as much friction as possible from the ways people engage with learning, onboarding is a key place where friction abounds. Disjointed processes, functions, and systems keep new hires bouncing around until they are assimilated and set on their paths. The paths should be clearer from the beginning.
Just as the modern workforce is now required to be adaptable and agile, organizations must be equally adaptable and agile. Adaptability and agility should be reinforced by giving employees the tools to make connections across the workforce with access to the resources they need as they need them. The ability for new employees to feel like they are part of something greater requires access to social and collaborative team-based learning technology and that is what the Great Onboarding is all about.
The Great Resignation — a mass exodus of workers leaving their organizations (and often going somewhere else) is often framed as people leaving for better pay. While compensation certainly plays a part, the most common reasons people leave are unmanageable stress, and also because managers were not prepared to work with them in this new workplace environment.
As companies make their way through The Great Resignation in the wake of the pandemic, they must prepare for the wave of onboarding that will occur on the other side. Knowing that many workers will either want or have to stay remote will change how companies approach onboarding new talent. But those changes can lead to a better experience for the learners and better results for the business.