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Welcomed

An employee who feels like an outsider may find it difficult to change their perception. To help an employee feel welcomed from the start, use a thoughtful onboarding process.

  • Employees will feel more welcomed if they are encouraged to be involved in their company from the start.
  • Ensure new employees receive all relevant information and resources, get coaching from their manager, and can easily connect with their peers.

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Employees with a strong sense of belonging are ten times more likely to recommend their company as a place to work. They are also more likely to feel enthusiastic about their work.

Your organisation must focus on the potential for employees to find meaningful connections. While connections between employees often happen naturally, you can also facilitate them.

Recognition is central to the five pillars of belonging and should be encouraged. When employees are recognised, they are five times more likely to have a strong sense of belonging.

Every employee should feel supported by their organisation, manager and teammates to empower them to succeed.

Inclusion is more than how people socialise at work. It's accepting and valuing your employees' identities and experiences.

A team feels known when an organisation understands what they value and what they want from the organisation.

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