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Onboarding is the process or act of introducing a new customer to your product or service; or integrating a newly hired employee into your workforce or team.

The concept of onboarding is one used in the context of business and human resources that refers to the process of orienting new employees in a manner that aids in overall retention. It goes beyond what we’ve come to know as orientation. This process focuses on helping employees to become acclimated to their new workplace in a timely fashion and bringing them “on board” with regard to company culture, understanding of job function and overall comfort level. Continue reading this article to learn more about the ways in which companies are making new hire training and orientation more comprehensive and some best practices that are being implemented across industries.

Face to Know :
• 88% of employees think their employer did a poor job with the onboarding process. (Gallup, 2017)


• 1 in 5 new hires is unlikely to recommend the employer to a friend or family member after the onboarding process. (Digitate, 2018)


• HR managers say the top three biggest challenges they face with onboarding are inconsistencies in application across the organization (44%), competing priorities (39%), and measuring onboarding effectiveness (36%). (HCI, 2016)


• 87 percent of organizations that assign a mentor or a buddy during the onboarding process say that it’s an effective way to speed up new hire proficiency. (HCI, 2016)


• 32% of global executives rate the onboarding they experienced as poor. (Harvard Business Review, 2008)


• Only 37% of companies extend their onboarding programs beyond the first month. (Clickboarding, 2016)


• 22% of companies have no formal onboarding program. (Harvard Business Review, 2015)


• Half of all senior-level outside hires fail within the first 18 months on the job. (Urbanbound, 2018)


• 40% of new hires say getting a response from HR about their question takes too long. (Digitate, 2018)


• 10% of companies have not updated their employee onboarding process in the last three years. (Urbanbound, 2018)

Meaning: A/B testing is the act of running a simultaneous experiment between two or more variants of a page to see which one performs the best. – UNBOUNCE

📌Facts to Know: My own personal experience after consulting and advising over 120 companies 90% don’t know / hardly use it 👎🏽 sad but that’s the truth ! 

1. Better UX design as a result of user testing can increase a company’s conversion rate by 400%. (Entrepreneur, 2020)

2. 71% of companies run two or more A/B tests a month. (Invesp)

3. 77% of companies perform A/B tests on their websites. (Invesp)

4. 60% of companies perform A/B tests on a landing page. (Invesp)

5. 60%of companies believe A/B testing is highly valuable for conversion rate optimization. (Invesp)

📌Which side of these statistics are you on? 

📌Where can you apply A/B Testing today? 

If you’d like us to help you with this, get in touch on our WhatsApp number: +91 9967630329

Meaning: A/B testing is the act of running a simultaneous experiment between two or more variants of a page to see which one performs the best. – UNBOUNCE

📌Facts to Know: My own personal experience after consulting and advising over 120 companies 90% don’t know / hardly use it 👎🏽 sad but that’s the truth ! 

1. Better UX design as a result of user testing can increase a company’s conversion rate by 400%. (Entrepreneur, 2020)

2. 71% of companies run two or more A/B tests a month. (Invesp)

3. 77% of companies perform A/B tests on their websites. (Invesp)

4. 60% of companies perform A/B tests on a landing page. (Invesp)

5. 60%of companies believe A/B testing is highly valuable for conversion rate optimization. (Invesp)

📌Which side of these statistics are you on? 

📌Where can you apply A/B Testing today? 

If you’d like us to help you with this, get in touch on our WhatsApp number: +91 9967630329