Re-orienting, re-onboarding employees
Posted in the Human Resources Forum
#1 Jun 20, 2013
I'm working on a team tasked with onboarding new employees from a large, complex organization.
We are tossing around the idea of re-orienting employees at set milestones- 5 years, 10 years, 15 years, etc. The reason is due to the dynamic nature of our industry and the realization that employees get into slumps and a re-onboarding will help to re-energize employees. Additionally, we plan to include a recongition piece to this effort to award loyalty.
I was wodering if any organizations out there re-orient their employees? If so, do you have any research or personal experience to support its effectiveness? Also, is 5 years a good milestone to re-orient or is there research which suggests a different timeline for re-orientation?
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