Definition of onboarding in English:

onboarding

Pronunciation /ɒnˈbɔːdɪŋ//ˈɒnbɔːdɪŋ/

noun

mass noun
  • The action or process of integrating a new employee into an organization or familiarizing a new customer or client with one's products or services.

    ‘after the initial onboarding is complete, continue to offer new hires relevant training and development opportunities’
    ‘client onboarding is a critical time for any business’
    as modifier ‘a little extra effort during the onboarding period can go a long way towards improving staff retention’
    • ‘There's no doubt that executive onboarding is the key to accelerating success and reducing risk in a new job.’
    • ‘The program features a variety of partner onboarding services, ongoing training and support, and ultimately product review and certification services.’
    • ‘When you have new people join your company, you can use that experience to help make their onboarding go more smoothly.’
    • ‘We offer a full training and onboarding program within a dynamic international team.’
    • ‘This is planned to help significantly reduce help desk calls and create a more pleasant onboarding experience.’
    • ‘Additional responsibilities will include onboarding and terminations and other Human Resources functions.’
    • ‘Most onboarding sessions, for example, involve sharing common orientation and benefits information with everyone.’
    • ‘The ideal candidate will have at least two years of experience in recruitment and onboarding as well as five years in the human resources field.’
    • ‘An Employee Journeys tool, for instance, focuses on guiding employees throughout their tenure at the organization, from onboarding to ongoing development.’
    • ‘Effective client onboarding continues to be a major priority and concern of our clients.’

Pronunciation

onboarding

/ɒnˈbɔːdɪŋ//ˈɒnbɔːdɪŋ/