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RECRUITING & ONBOARDING

RECRUITING & ONBOARDING

Designing the recruitment and onboarding process to ensure you attract, engage and inspire the perfect candidates to become a motivated team.

"At Google, we front-load our people investment. This means the majority of our time and money spent on people is invested in attracting, assessing, and cultivating new hires."

Laszlo Bock, Google
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Take our propriety recuitment and onboarding design service (R.O.D. ) and find better employees faster?

From recruitment right through to your new hires first six weeks, we help you design a process and experience that means everyone join is the right person, given everything they need to thrive, hit the ground running and have the impact you hired them for.

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Recruiting & Onboarding Design (R.O.D. )

R.O.D. includes:

  • 1. Job adverts written with company culture embedded, to attract the right applicants.
  • 2. Gatekeepers, so only candidates who truly wanted to be part of your purpose choose to apply.
  • 3. Designed candidate trial days and whole team feedback and vetting.
  • 4. Decide and commit only to the perfect candidate, who will contribute to the culture.
  • 5. Embed new hires into your organisation, letting them know why they were hired and what impact you expected them to have.
  • 6. Let your new hire know what they can expect from you and the support they will receive to help them achieve.
  • 7. Six-week new view – get the new hire to feedback and provide new insight on your organisation.

from £2,300 + VAT

Book your free initial design call today.

Tell us a little bit about your organisation and why you want to redesign you onboarding. We'll give you a call an book a time to discuss it and book a convenient time to come in and take a look.

Or email [email protected]

Or call us on +44 (0) 20 7193 6127.

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