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Masterclass on employee onboarding part-2

GOALS 

A goal is the idea of the future. It is an object or an achievement that one strives to attain. The onboarding process includes several goals that are important to both the organization and the newly hired employees. Let’s discuss some of the goals that help in improving the organization’s work environment.

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1-First Impression:

First impression counts, which is why the first goal of onboarding must be to create a good first impression among the employees and assent to their decision to affiliate with the organization. How to welcome new employees and how you handle the onboarding process is very important. After all, making a good impression is extremely difficult.

The impression has established how the organization divulges the goals and values of the organization to the new employees hired. It is important to create a good first impression as it creates a perspective of the organization in the mind of the employee.

2-Understanding the New hires:

The new hire needs to understand the ins and outs of the organization and feel comfortable working, to get the work done faster, etc. To encourage their employees to work effectively and efficiently as they bring new and innovative ideas into the organization. The firm needs to make them understand the working environment of the organization. The new hires must be introduced to the organization to feel integrated into the company culture. So the new hires will feel secure and safe about their new work and space.

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3- Healthy Culture

A healthy culture at work is vital for success. Your company culture is the link that holds your company together. It’s the spirit that brings everyone together, making collaboration with the employees, teams, and departments easier. One of the goals of onboarding is to employ employees who have the knowledge and skills to do their best work in meaningful ways.

 

The onboarding process is never about your company, it’s about the employees. Therefore, the goals of onboarding must be the support and serve the employees of the organization.

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The purpose of learning

In our last article we left you with a question. A question as important as humanity itself, the question of life the question of why. Why we are here and what is our purpose. Today we will dive deep down to that purpose, the purpose of humanity and the purpose of learning. According to Plato, “the meaning of life is in attaining the highest form of knowledge, which is the Idea (Form) of the Good, from which all good and just things derive utility and value.”

One point jumps forward from the above line is attaining the highest form of knowledge .. from which all good and just things derive utility and value, now this point is extremely important in anyone’s life because humanity these days is going through a very tough time and we have a moral responsibility to be good to people around us because that might give us the peace and reason that we are looking around in the world, it gives our being good; a value which can help us to be good again and it does makes us happy. All of this might sound so selfish but according to the great philosopher Immanuel Kant’s famous ultimate test for an ethical principle is his categorical imperative: “Act as if the maxim from which you act were to become through your will a universal law of nature.” He also notes that “there is one thing which we assume that all finite rational beings actually make their end, and . . . this object is happiness.”

If we all seek happiness and are successful, then we will all be happy. Is there any other end goal that seems more desirable? Certainly, it would not be that we all sacrifice our happiness for each other. If we all did, no one would be happy. Thus, happiness passes Kant’s categorical imperative ethical test.

But where does all this happiness and success comes from? This article itself helps you in explaining all that. If you go to the very first paragraph, we mention that attaining the highest form of knowledge is something which pushes you forward and gives you the virtues helping you to be selfish for your happiness and then Immanuel Kant’s categorical imperative ethical test helps you identify why that is good and the goodness bring you back again to the happiness so more or less being good, doing good and studying gives you the happiness you need in life and that is what the ultimate purpose of life or purpose of education boils down to.

In conclusion, the purpose of learning is nothing but being happy and that is a good, moral and virtuous way to live life. Do good, be good and make an impact.

This philosophy is what helps the people at Kognics to build products which helps you in being happy because software should help you in living a better life and should go into the background while you go out and make an impact. Software should be beautiful, relaxing and easy. Learning curve? Phase it out.

This does makes me want you to leave with a big question for you to ponder over. Where to go next or better how to decide what to do next?