- Posted by Vidcruiter
- On September 21, 2017
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Staying Ahead With Technology
You excited candidates with your approach to technology during the recruitment process. They enjoyed everything from the video interview to the automated reference checking. But why stop there? You can continue to impress new hires by providing a smooth transition from the hiring process to the training process with video onboarding.
Get New Hires up to Speed
You don’t want to waste any time getting new hires on board and up to speed. With VidCruiter’s Video Onboarding, you can “onboard new hires by training them with your pre-established training videos and software tools.” This may be a different approach, but it is one that will “wow” new employees while also benefiting the company in the following ways:
- Reduce Training Costs: Training new hires can be very costly. With video onboarding, you won’t spend nearly as much time on this task. Instead, the system will do most of the work for you, which allows for time and money to be spent elsewhere.
- Let new Hires Learn at Their own Pace: No two people are the same which means they may learn at different speeds. With video onboarding tools, you can prompt new hires to learn at the pace with which they are most comfortable. Some will breeze through the training, while others take more time. What matters most is that everybody ends up in the same place, possessing the knowledge they need to do their job.
- Improve Your Retention Rate: It is not uncommon for new hires to leave a company before they ever give the position a chance. This is often related to a lack of training which results in lowered confidence and motivation levels. Video onboarding gives every new hire the feeling they are being provided with the tools necessary to succeed in their new position.
Other benefits include:
- Easy way to share your company culture.
- Ability to track every detail of the onboarding process.
- Reduce learning and development costs.
Not only can you impress new hires with video onboarding, but you can use this technology to benefit your company in a variety of ways. Talk about a true win-win!