Guest Webinar: Is onboarding the broken link in your recruitment cycle?

Webinar Overview

In this interactive webinar, Simon Connell will cover:

  • Onboarding is often the forgotten element existing between recruitment and HR, it can overlap and be missed completely. It can also impact the whole ‘employee life cycle’.
  • 11% of candidates have rejected roles as a result of negative onboarding experiences.
  • Plus 95% of onboarding documents are still ‘physically’ signed over a digital signing process
  • Join this webinar to find out how you can improve your own onboarding processes for hiring teams and new starters and avoid slowing down the recruitment journey.

Your Trainer

Simon Connell


Simon is an onboarding expert and has experience in both the HR and Finance software market. Using a consultative approach Simon will work with you to show how using a digital onboarding solution can help your business save time and money. Simon will work with you to ensure that you get the best return on your investment for your business and people. The benefits of having a great onboarding experience for your new starters allows you to focus on what is important – your people.

Click here to view Simon’s LinkedIn Profile

Who should attend?

Our workshops & webinars are for HR Professionals and In-house recruiters at UK based organisations. Unfortunately we cannot accommodate attendees from other business areas. We regret that our events are not open to recruitment consultants, or anyone working for an RPO or job board (within any department).

If you wish to attend but are not a HR professional or In-house Recruiter, please contact us at to find out if you are eligible to attend.

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EasyWeb Group does not share any of your personal information with third parties unless we are hosting an event with an external individual/organisation, in which case, some of the information you provide us will be shared with the said party only.

Upcoming Dates & Times

Tuesday 8th October
1:30pm – 2:30pm