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Onboarding New Employees: Maximizing Success

September 5, 2014
Borderless Leadership

Each year, nearly 25% of the working population undergoes some type of career transition. Turnover is expensive, so it’s important to support new employees with comprehensive onboarding to ensure their success.

Onboarding is the process by which new hires get adjusted to the social and performance aspects of their jobs quickly and smoothly, and learn the attitudes, knowledge, skills, and behaviors required to function effectively within an organization.  This new report will explain how onboarding fits into the larger business context, what new employees can do to help facilitate their own orientation process, and why onboarding is a critical part of an effective talent management strategy.

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Source: HR

 

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