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A tale of two employee onboarding experiences

January 11, 2017
Borderless Leadership

Experts have long said that the way an employee is brought into a company, those first few weeks, are critical to long-term success. Unfortunately, many companies still onboard poorly.

Here, we attempt to illustrate what victims of a bad onboarding program go through and how it impacts their opinion of the company and their chances for achieving success.

> Read the full articly on the integrify website

By Mike Raia

Source: integrify

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