Company culture has been a buzzword for quite some time now. It’s not all about office happy hours or weekend volleyball games - it’s also about the values your company represents. And you can ensure employees represent company values by starting with the onboarding process.
Thirty one percent of employees have quit a company within the first six months. Of these, a significantly large chunk of employees cited the lack of fun at work and training as the reason they moved out. Gamification as an onboarding strategy exists to serve two main objectives: to make training fun, and to accelerate the pace of learning. So how effective is it at organizations? And how can corporate trainers make sure that their gamification strategy is a success? Let us find out.
Let’s start with the why, as Simon Sinek might say. Why should Internal Communications and HR try to work together in the first place? Well, for starters, Internal Communications wants to communicate with every employee, and HR has access to a great deal of their vital information. That’s a pretty significant link, but we think there’s still way more to it.