Date of Award
Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Business Administration: Management and Leadership and University Honors
Small business -- Management, Turnover (Business) -- United States, Supervision of employees, Employee orientation
Employee turnover is a costly and common issue in the modern US workforce. As American worker engagement remains stagnant, employers must look at ways to ensure maximum employee retention. Onboarding is a universal process that all employees undergo when joining a business, as well as an effective way to manage turnover and ensure that employee remains at the company longer. With a lack of academic literature based on onboarding methods tailored to small businesses, there is a clear need for managers to be able to access the same quality of information as their larger competitors. Using a literature review and an analysis of current business practices, this paper serves as a resource for small businesses looking to better understand the costs and benefits of various onboarding strategies so they can develop an optimal onboarding strategy for themselves.
Davidson, Andrew, "Reducing Turnover In Small Businesses Through Efficient And Effective Onboarding Techniques" (2018). University Honors Theses. Paper 547.