What is Onboarding?
Onboarding refers to the new employee programs, training, and check-ins our Division uses to help a new employee get up to speed and feel confident in their position. The Engagement Advisory Roundtable started to critically engage with our current Onboarding practices in the summer of 2016. Efforts were made to help offices understand new employee's needs within the Division, and this online resource was created. Further updates and resources will be outlined on this page as they become available.
What does Onboarding consist of?
We try to connect employees with as many resources as possible, including the following:
- We actually have a website for Division onboarding (hiring and getting acquainted
with your new place of work)! The new employee homepage is here. This homepage lists resources on trainings, hiring paperwork, and helpful, Division-specific
info on departments, and more!
- Go here for a breakdown of all of the offices within our Division.
- The Division hosts Coffee Corners once a month to get connect our offices in a less formal event. While not strictly an Onboarding activity, this is a great opportunity to get acquainted with co-workers. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to this event in Outlook.
- The Division also hosts Professional Development throughout the school year for Division employees – email Jen Joyce at email@example.com to be added to the Outlook event.
- Think about joining the Division mentoring program – more info here. Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions.
What role does an employee's office play in Onboarding?
Home offices are the most crucial part of Onboarding. Go herefor more resources on hiring manager and office responsibilities.
Please email email@example.com if you have questions, or if you have suggestions on the onboarding process in general.