An onboarding workshop was recently held at House of Code, in which all company employees could participate.
House of Code has recently started working on new projects for the AVIV group. That is why there was a need to raise a completely new team and gather new employees! Because of the expected influx of new people, it was necessary to “make up” the company’s onboarding process. For this reason, an Onboarding workshop was held at HouseofCode.
Experience gives the best solutions
In the workshop that was recently held at House of Code, could participate all the employees.
The goal of this workshop is to involve all House of Code employees in creating the company’s new onboarding process.
Given that all employees of our company went through onboarding, everyone has their own (positive or negative) experiences related to that topic. Therefore, each of them from their own perspective can provide the best solutions that will facilitate the entire process and adjustment time for all new colleagues.
A good start is essential
As an IT company, our employees are our biggest asset. It’s important to ensure that our new hires are integrated into the organization and have the tools they need to succeed from day one.
The beginning of each process also determines its future. Therefore, it is important to start in the right way. A strong onboarding process is essential for IT companies, such as the House of Code. It can help improve employee retention, productivity, and engagement and contribute to positive employer branding. By investing in a good onboarding process, IT companies can set their new hires up for success and ensure they have the support they need to thrive.
From all of the above, we decided to work on the onboarding process. And we looked for solutions from those who have already gone through this process themselves – from our employees.
The goal of the workshop was to include everyone in defining the onboarding process.
„At the workshop, we presented the onboarding template, which turned out to be the simplest solution. The goal of the workshop was to include everyone in defining the onboarding process. We decided on Liberating structures and the 1-2-4-All technique. “, said Boris Magaš, Scrum Master at House of Code, and added:
„Liberating Structures are easy-to-learn microstructures that enhance relational coordination and trust. They quickly foster lively participation in groups of any size, making it possible to truly include and unleash everyone. Liberating Structures are a disruptive innovation that can replace more controlling or constraining approaches. What we got, as a result, brings real value to every future employee and House of Code.“