Healthcare Onboarding Software
How critical is your organization's new employee onboarding? According to employee engagement consultants O.C. Tanner, 69% of employees that have a "great onboarding experience" will stay at the organization for at least three years. At a time when one in five hospitals are experiencing a staffing shortage, employee retention is especially important. When considering different onboarding solutions, remember that it isn't just about job training and benefits — it's about making onboarding easy and convenient for your new hires.
For positions in the healthcare industry, there are various screenings that must be conducted and paperwork that needs to be signed, for safety reasons and to stay compliant with state and federal guidelines. StaffGlass is an integrated onboarding solution that's easy to use, not just for your HR personnel, but for new employees.
What Are the 4 Phases of Onboarding?
The four phases are orientation, job training, transition into full productivity, and ongoing development. In the orientation phase, there is likely a lot of onboarding paperwork that a new hire in the healthcare field needs to sign. StaffGlass employee onboarding software includes e-sign document management, making the onboarding process much easier.
What is Clinical Onboarding?
Clinical onboarding is more than just acclimating a healthcare worker to their new position. Healthcare organizations must comply with state and federal regulations to ensure that workers have the necessary certifications, health assessments, and vaccinations. Records must be kept up-to-date—and this is critical during the COVID-19 pandemic. StaffGlass can streamline onboarding.
How StaffGlass Improves the Healthcare Recruiting and Onboarding Process
With StaffGlass, the onboarding process begins at recruitment. This is important for professionals in health care, since health screenings can be ordered immediately after a conditional offer of employment is made. You will then have the knowledge you need to request that the new hire gets vaccinated, if necessary, before they begin their employment.