Reimagine Your Company's Onboarding

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Most companies pull out all the stops to build their employer brands. They want to bring in the best talent and deliver an employee experience that keeps new hires engaged. But what happens in between the offer signing and full integration into employee life? Most companies are still stuck in a "put you in the pool and see if you can paddle" mentality about on-boarding. Death-by-PowerPoint new-hire orientations are common. Total chaos is the rule in delivering essentials to new hires: a computer, access and workspace to hit the ground running on Day One. Salesforce has spent the last two years reimagining on-boarding.

Key Takeaways:

  • Not one but two full days of orientation and culture immersion
  • A full year New-Hire Success Email Journey
  • A New-Hire Success Community
  • A mobile Employee Service App
  • Aloha Ambassador Network
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November 2016
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Presenter bio: 

Theresa Ludvigson is a 9-year veteran at Salesforce and currently Sr. Director, New Hire Experience. She is responsible for overseeing all elements of global new hire onboarding for one of the World's Most Innovative Companies according to Forbes. Her team of employee-focused culture champions is chartered with ensuring that every new hire is set up for a success and warmly welcomed into the #SalesforceOhana. By leveraging the company's own technology the team has been able to transform traditional onboarding and redefine the new hire experience. Her mission is to accelerate productivity while delivering equipped, engaged and inspired employees to become the next generation of culture ambassadors. Prior to this role, Theresa has held positions at Salesforce in Talent Development, Sales Effectiveness, Customer References, and Sales. She holds degrees in Journalism and Ethnic Studies from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo and lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with her husband and two young boys.