How long does it take for new hires to reach maximum productivity?

The tech industry can feel like a game of musical chairs with people regularly switching between companies. The impact on business isn’t just the cost of hiring. It’s the time it takes for new hires to reach full productivity. The fall in productivity has a direct impact on the quarterly and annual revenue goals.

New Hire Productivity Survey

Are you concerned that:

  • Your Q4 number is unattainable?
  • It takes too long to onboard new team members?
  • New hires can change the team dynamics?
  • You’re moving so fast you can’t keep up?

Take the anonymous New Hire Productivity survey

    What percentage of your team are new hires within the last 6 months?*
    0%10%20%30%40%50% and over

    How long does it typically take for new hires to reach full productivity?*
    up to 3 months4 months5 months6 monthsover 6 months

    How long have you been in your existing company?*
    less than 12 monthsone yeartwo yearsthree yearsOver three years

    How long did it take you to reach full productivity within your existing company?*
    up to 3 months4 months5 months6 monthsover 6 months

    Does your team’s revenue target reflect new hire’s onboarding time?*
    YesNoDon't know

    What's the one key thing that keeps you at a company?*

    What best describes your role?*
    Leader/ManagerIndividual contributor

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