13 Strategies For Training New Employees Efficiently

When a company hires a new employee, there is a lag time between their entry and their contribution to the organization. During this lag time, it's up to management and peers to train them and teach them the skills necessary to accomplish their tasks. Unfortunately, training takes time, and if the department is disorganized or there is no practical methodology to the processes involved, the lag time could grow exponentially. Training is an investment, from which the business expects productivity as the return.

In this Forbes Human Resources Council article, Jay Polaki, HR Geckos' Founder and CEO, shares how to train new employees efficiently.

Onboarding new employees using a blended coaching approach works! Bite-sized digital modules containing fundamental knowledge, followed by virtual collaboration rooms where employees exchange notes on how this new knowledge helped them in the field, fosters stronger bonding with the team and builds confidence in the performance of the new role. Also, social learning enables meaningful engagement.

Learn more from Jay and her fellow Forbes Human Resources Council members on their most successful strategies for training employees so that they can start contributing to the company as quickly as possible.

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