Now, to get a better look at the offboarding process, a proper understanding of onboarding is essential. The whole process from employee engagement at onboarding to assimilation into the company and the leaving process needs an organic perspective. The piecemeal approach fails to take in the diverse aspects and extent of employee contribution in an enterprise.
Now talking about the employee onboarding process: The onboarding process is of immense value as it is the first day of an employee in a company. It is through this process that an employee gets to know the work culture. Most companies have an onboarding process spanning many weeks. Through the onboarding process, an employee is taken into confidence, and a firm shares its internal assets, credentials and other confidential information to the new joinee.
Once a new joinee starts working for any organization, gradually he or she begins to work for you using existing resources, they generate further information. For example, an SEO analyst would go through the list of all your previous links created and may use many accounts your firm has in different social media websites. They may additionally develop new accounts to work out new digital marketing strategies. So a new employee furthers on the already available resources and contributes to the progressive development of each activity.
Now, if we look at statistics, we see that only 14 % of IT leaders say that they have an effective offboarding process charted out. A more disturbing fact is that as low as 6% of IT firms alone actually conduct a proper employee offboarding process in which experiences and knowledge pass on to deeper levels of an organization. So all these points towards the inevitable, that employee offboarding is indeed the essence tapping stage of your whole effort at recruiting the right talent.