Onboarding with Jasmine Kelland
Posted on Aug 04, 2017
Jasmine Kelland was an HR manager for large companies before becoming a lecturer in Human Resources Management. She now leads the BSC and Masters programmes in Human Resource Management (HRM) at Plymouth University.
The discussion centres around onboarding, how its changing and the role of technology in the future of onboarding.
The questions are provided so you can skip back and forth to learn more on a specific subject:
- 00:47 - How important is onboarding for business success?
- 01:18 - What do businesses miss out on if they're not getting onboarding right?
- 01:45 - With rapid changes in the world of work, what are the implication for onboarding?
- 02:47 - What's meant by personalisation in onboarding?
- 03:38 - What role do you think digital has in this new look onboarding?
- 04:40 - How much training should be a part of onboarding?
- 05:44 - Are there things that are missed out of onboarding, and what do you lose by missing them?
- 06:29 - What interesting trends are you noticing in onboarding?
- 07:38 - Do you think technology offers an exciting opportunity for onboarding?
- 08:58 - Will the next generation of HR professionals be looking to innovate in onboarding?
- 09:54 - When you were an HR manager, what were the issues getting in the way of onboarding?
- 11:19 - Where's the best place to start if you're trying to modernise your onboarding programme?
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