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  • Length: 1 day(s)

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  • Certification Type: Non-Accredited

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Millennial Onboarding Course: Introduction

Welcoming the new employee has changed – we take you through millenial onboarding step-by-step.

Millennial Onboarding Course :Course Outline

This course follows on from Onboarding Employees. In this workshop we focus on the millennial employee or generation Y. Millennials or generation Y are individuals born between 1980 and 1995 To the more mature managers and employers reading this, yes, we get that it sounds like a child on their first day of school. If this was the sixties, no, there would be no onboarding – however, times have changed and instead of human resources getting three applicants for one available job, human resources now actively recruit individuals with the education, skills and experience needed for the job. Now there are two thousand people sending in resumes for one available job. Frankly, you can’t afford not to onboard the person who gets the job, that person will be the best suitable out of a pool of two thousand. It’s in the company’s best interests to welcome the employee and retain the employee. The last thing you want is the best person for the job walking over to the competition after you have trained them. With millennials there is a need to tweak or specialise the onboarding process to better suit the needs of the company and the employee. It will increase productivity and produce a happier and more skilled workforce.TIP: The welcome package for the millennial should not be limited to and include the following: Greeting and welcoming. Setting up lunch with team or manager. Have ID badge and passwords ready. Introduce employee to team members and direct supervisors. Go over job description. Go over organisational chart. Give the employee a tour of the company, including restrooms, break rooms, kitchen facilities and common areas. Show employee their mailbox, as well as copiers, fax machines and other equipment. Go over IT and telephone policies and procedures. One way to use a millennial’s thinking and doing patterns to your advantage is investiture socialisation. Simply put: it is letting them be themselves by multi-tasking, by using technology and personal one on one interactions. Millenials are also very conscious of being authentic to their employer and to themselves, this changes their perspective of their employment. They don’t have a job, they have a career, they don’t spend 90% of their time at work climbing the corporate ranks because they expect their employer to recognise their value and reward them accordingly. And they don’t do overtime well. The millennial comes to work prepared, is highly productive while at work, but balance their work and home life well and use technology to shorten or simplify their job and to seek interactions with their peers. 1. Introduction
Workshop Objectives

2. Purpose of onboarding
Start up cost
Employee anxiety
Employee Turnover
Realistic Expectations
Case study

3. Introduction to onboarding
What it is
Making employees feel welcome
First day checklist
Case study

4. Millenials and onboarding
Who millennials are
How they differ from others
Investiture socialisation
Informal rather than formal onboarding
Case study

5. Onboarding checklist
First day
First week
First month
Case study

6. Engaging the millennial employee
Create an informal program
Engage employees one on one
Role of human resources
Role of managers
Case study

7. Following up with employee
Initial check-in one on one
Regular, informal follow ups
Millenials and work life
Mentoring and the millennial
Case study

8. Setting expectations
Define requirements
Identify opportunities for improvement and growth
Set verbal expectations
Put it in writing
Case study

9. Mentoring the millennial
Be involved
Serial mentoring
Be a mentor not an authority figure
Focus the drive on work
Case study

10. Assigning work
Clear structure and guidelines
Provide specific benchmarks
Set boundaries
Guide, don’t dictate
Case study

11. Providing feedback
Millenials thrive on feedback
Quality feedback
Informal feedback
Formal feedback
Case study

12. Topics not discussed
Post workshop overview

Millennial Onboarding Course: Course Duration

1 day/s

Who should attend: Millennial Onboarding Course

This is a managerial course in Human Relations.

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