Onboarding - New in Job

Recognize bad employers when you apply, deal with your boss & colleagues, change & restart with communication teamwork & team spirit, integrate as employee
 
 
Best of HR - Berufebilder.de® (Verlag)
  • 1. Auflage
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  • erschienen am 8. Juli 2020
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  • 100 Seiten
 
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978-3-96596-251-4 (ISBN)
 

What this book can do for you: You support certified climate protection projects, receive compact information and checklists from experts (overview and press reviews in the book preview) as well as advice tested in practice, which leads step by step to success - also thanks to add-on.



Because for employees as well as employers it is of utmost importance when changing jobs that the new ones are quickly and easily trained for the job. Because only through a smooth onboarding the performance of a company can be permanently ensured. However, many things can go wrong during a new start that were not even apparent during the recruiting process: Do the applicants and their performance really fit into the team? How can bad employers be identified during the application process? Are the expectations raised by the employer branding fulfilled? Which communicative misunderstandings arise and have to be eliminated? Every day a new start - how do you survive the first 100 days in a new team and office? This book clarifies these and many other questions and helps job seekers and HR staff to avoid serious mistakes during the familiarization process.



We give you the best possible help on the topics of career, finance, management, personnel work and life assistance. For this purpose, we gather in each book the best experts in their field as authors - detailed biographies in the book - , who give a comprehensive overview of the topic and additionally offer you success planner workbooks in printed form.



Our guidebooks are aimed primarily at beginners. Readers who are looking for more in-depth information can get it for free as an add-on with individual content as desired. This concept is made possible by a particularly efficient, innovative digital process.



The publisher is also involved in numerous, well-documented charitable projects, e.g. on climate protection, and supports the quality of neural machine learning and international understanding through its translation from German into English.



Janson began her career as an editor for two magazines published by the German Federal Employment Agency before founding her own magazine and book publishing company, for which over 500 authors write today. In addition, she has worked for almost all major newspapers, written books and appeared several times as an expert on German TV.

Janson began her career as an editor for two magazines published by the German Federal Employment Agency before founding her own magazine and book publishing company, for which over 500 authors write today. In addition, she has worked for almost all major newspapers, written books and appeared several times as an expert on German TV.
  • Intro
  • Imprint
  • Introduction: How this book supports you
  • Add-on, press reviews and customer feedback
  • Content of the book
  • Structure of the book
  • Information as desired and additional material to the book!
  • Personal eBooks and eCourses
  • New in the job: 10 Tips for the first day // By Luise Köhler
  • 1. preparation
  • 2. dress
  • 3. punctuality
  • 4. idea
  • 5. lunch break
  • 6. souvenirs
  • 7. ask
  • 8. googling
  • 9. laws
  • 10. end of working day
  • Holistic job search? Solutions arise from opposites // By Guido Ernst Hannig
  • Bridge between job and vocation
  • Consensor-oriented thinking
  • Opposites
  • Holistic thinking
  • All components in view
  • Satisfying needs thanks to profession
  • Work, life and sense?
  • If the meaning is missing
  • Calling - esoteric chatter?
  • The quadrature of the circle
  • Where is the early warning system?
  • Successfully master job changes: 6 tips for restarting // By Maja Skubella
  • Start successfully in the new job
  • New work and new forms of work: dream job is what you make of it! // By Simone Janson
  • Trend themes new forms of work
  • The lure of the dream boy
  • Behind the scenes
  • To the new beginning in the dream job belongs more
  • Change or stay
  • A job that didn't fit
  • Why people get stuck in spite of all dissatisfaction
  • Important: do not knock everything over
  • The first day in the new job: 8 Do's and Don'ts // By Olaf Kempin
  • 1. On time, but not too early
  • 2. The dress code
  • 3. How do I introduce myself?
  • 4. To use the informal or the formal "you?
  • 5. The lunch
  • 6. The starting point: sparkling wine or cake?
  • 7. Questions and ideas
  • 8. The end of work
  • Application and job change: 8 tips for the first day in the new job // By Simone Janson
  • After applying: You have the job!
  • Now the stress starts!
  • No second chance for the first impression
  • This is how you exceed the probationary period
  • 8 Tips for the first day in the new job
  • Potentialenfaltung: How do we motivate people to use their abilities? // By Simone Janson
  • Your own path is becoming ever more important
  • Have courage to go your own way!
  • Down from the dead horse!
  • Potentialenfaltung - but not for all
  • Why are many people frustrated rather than motivated?
  • Why are some people just not successful?
  • When people get together, you can achieve a lot
  • Termination and job change: 7 steps to the new dream job // By Dr. Job
  • Successful job change: Announce a clean start and a good start
  • Termination? Yes or no?
  • 7 steps to the new job
  • Achieve job satisfaction: 5 tips for the do-it-yourself dream job // By Antje Heimsoeth
  • Job satisfaction - a dream?
  • The right attitude determines satisfaction
  • 5 tips for more satisfaction in the dream job
  • 1. Deciding correctly for luck and the dream job
  • 2. Appreciate trifles for more job satisfaction
  • 3. Satisfaction through a good relationship with colleagues
  • 4. Happy Im Also In Dream Job By Leisure In Nature
  • 5. This will give you more happiness and satisfaction in your dream job
  • Conclusion: How to create happiness and satisfaction in dream job and professional life
  • New job - onboarding: How to get started in the company [+ checklist] // By Oliver Koch
  • New job: How to get started for employees and companies
  • Onboarding: prevent difficulties and misunderstandings with appropriate training
  • Training plan and training help you get started
  • Checklist: This is how the first working day becomes a success
  • Training: Arriving in the team and companies
  • Teamwork: It depends on the right colleagues and contact persons
  • Motivation Target performance standards right from the start
  • New entry: The start in the company decides on successful cooperation
  • Salary negotiation at job change: 8 tips for more money // By Dr. Philip Bierbach
  • 1. Complexity of the job determines the salary level
  • 2. Education and training pay off - for employees and companies
  • 3. The size of the company has a strong influence on the remuneration
  • 4. Some industries are more capital-rich than others
  • 5. Regional salary differences
  • 6. Supply and demand determine the labor market
  • 7. The professional experience also increases the salary
  • 8. Soft skills can also help boost income
  • Change to dream job: Better small steps than escapism // By Simone Janson
  • Dream job? No reason: the majority quit internally
  • The problem also affects the self-employed
  • The way out: just a radical cut?
  • Restart with a burden: The old problems and fears are always there
  • Onboarding and employer branding reality check: How applicants recognize bad employers // By Simone Janson
  • New job: from a fairytale castle to a wooden shack
  • Employer branding reality check: What companies reveal about themselves on their websites
  • Startups: high discrepancy between promise and reality
  • Why should you work in such a company?
  • Why do companies lie to applicants?
  • 7 tips for companies on how to do it better
  • 1. Let your employees have their say
  • 2. Offer further training
  • 3. Go for diversity
  • 4. Live a new work work culture
  • 5. Live digital leadership
  • 6. Introduce yourself personally
  • 7. Be authentic
  • Onboarding and familiarization with success: 3 X company vs. Employee view [+ checklists] // By Helga Brüggemann
  • Onboarding processes: Which conditions apply
  • Disruptions in the familiarization phase mostly on an interpersonal level
  • Balancing act between adaptation and action
  • Example 1: Positioning from a company perspective
  • Checklist: Lack of visibility in the new job
  • How can new employees increase their visibility in the company?
  • Example 2: Positioning from the perspective of the new employee
  • Flow state: the ideal after changing jobs
  • Checklist: Create a safety net through mentoring
  • What is not communicated does not exist socially
  • Example 3: The active newcomer in comparison
  • Become known about the limits of his area of ??responsibility
  • Use behavior in a context-sensitive manner
  • Create networks
  • Checklist: How coaching processes help
  • Onboarding in a new job in 10 steps: from conflict to team spirit [+ checklists] // By Helga Brüggemann
  • Use onboarding superglue - 10 docking techniques for new employees
  • 1. Swing to a wavelength
  • 2. My world - your world
  • 3. The art of omission
  • 4. Dynamic image of man
  • 5. Separate what doesn't belong together
  • 6. The three Ws of constructive feedback
  • 7. Switch with Boarding Experience (BX)
  • 8. Modulate roles depending on the situation
  • 9. Build cocreative momentum
  • 10. De-escalation through reset
  • Closing Remarks
  • Authors Overview
  • Luise Köhler
  • Guido Ernst Hannig
  • Maja Skubella
  • Olaf Kempin
  • Dr. Job
  • Antje Heimsoeth
  • Oliver Koch
  • Dr. Philip Bierbach
  • Helga Brüggemann
  • Simone Janson
  • About the publisher Best of HR - Berufebilder.de®
  • Notes on translation
  • AI and neural networks: How is our translation produced?
  • How we support neural machine translation
  • Quality of translations: What experts and the press say
  • Liability

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