New Employee Onboarding
New Employee Onboarding
What We Need
- A written document that identifies the Organization's timeline, onboarding goals, recommended responsibilities and support for new hire success:
- An onboarding checklist and timeline template that can be completed by the Organization for each new hire
- A suggested checklist and template outlining onboarding methods the Organization should pursue to meet its goals (human resources and information technology materials, department presentations, mentor assignment, skill sharing, etc.)
- Recommendations on how to delegate onboarding responsibilities within the Organization or department, if applicable
- A short plan for communicating with the new hire prior to their first day of work
We're getting a lot of interest from volunteers, and need to quickly put together a system to screen, select, get everyone onboard, and contributing.
What We Have In Place
- We currently have descriptions for job openings, which should make it easy for you to get started. We also have our company mission, values, a team website, and the ability to provide any other information you need.
How This Will Help
This project will save us $8,686 , allowing us to maximize the time our volunteers are willing to contribute and devote ourselves to the development of our latest program.
An organization is only as good as its people. This onboarding project is crucial in bringing our enthusiastic volunteers together, equipping them with the tools they need to really make an impact.
About The Org
curaJOY advances children's social and emotional wellbeing through evidence-based programs that are personalized, interactive and virtual. We team up with clinical psychologists, school counselors, behavior therapists, speech therapists, and educators in both the United States and Asia to develop outreach programs in English and Mandarin Chinese, and we plan to make our programs available in other languages. Our mission is to make proven therapeutic tools fun, easily accessible, and widely adopted.
What We Do
Our outreach programs engage not only the participating children but their entire families, utilize artificial intelligence to adjust the content, omnichannel messaging and social media to reach today's youth where they are at, and crowdfunding to incentivize positive behaviors.
Many cultures have additional barriers to care and ingrained cultural stigmas against psychotherapy and the mental health fields. Rather than confronting communities' existing beliefs and biases, we re-frame the purpose and benefits of social-emotional learning to fit into their value systems and technology habits into interactive games people readily embrace.