Can Married State Onboarding Close the Transition Gap to Professional Practice?
Review TypeNone: Degree-based Submission
Repository Posting Date2016-02-05T17:28:01Z
Author(s)Cantamessa, Sueanne Wright
TypeDNP Capstone Project
Level of EvidenceObservational Study, Other (e.g., Prevalence, Incidence)
Research ApproachPilot/Exploratory Study
Keywordsconsistency; engagement; critical reasoning; retention; transition; onboarding; partnership
Onboarding is process of advancing the behaviors that will be the foundation of an employee's long-term success with managers involved in the process. Five themes emerged in the literature review for onboarding new Registered Nurses (RN): consistency, partnership, critical reasoning, learning style, and transition. The self-directed, or learner-driven, married-state process implies adult learning protocols in a consistent partnership between learner and coach are effective.
DescriptionAccording to a white paper by Freeman (2013): • Up to 4% of new employees will resign after day one • Most employees make up their minds to stay or leave within the first six months • 22% of new employee turnover occurs within the first 45 days • With a learner-driven onboarding process, 58% of employees can still be with the facility in three years.
Degree GrantorCapella University
Date of Publication2016-02-05
NotesThis work has been approved through a faculty review process prior to its posting in the Virginia Henderson Global Nursing e-Repository.
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