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5 Onboarding Best Practices to Apply to Your Evolving Workforce

First impressions are important, and many new hires are using those first few days on a job to decide just how interested they are in remaining ...
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How to Drive Real Results with Paperless Onboarding

When someone new joins your organization, there’s always some amount of adjustment. The current employees are concerned about how the new hire is going to impact their work life. What kind of person are they? How diligent of a worker will they be? Managers are concerned as to whether the new hire will be productive quickly and how much time it will take to train him or her. And talent acquisition and management wants to ensure they made a good hire that will stay with the company long enough to make an impact. However, managers, HR Pros and fellow employees should also consider if the company is making a good first impression on the new hire.
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5 Tips to a Fresher Onboarding Process

Ah, onboarding: the breakfast of employment. No new hire should begin their position within a company without a balanced and well-planned onboarding program. Unfortunately, just like the most important meal of the day, onboarding is often overlooked, rushed or simply forgotten all together. Many HR administrators seem to agree as 56% feel their onboarding solutions are only “somewhat structured” to “not at all structured.”
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7 Things You Need to Know Before Onboarding New Employees

Any business which grows large enough will need to start thinking about how they introduce their hires to the ways they work. Many companies assume pitching a powerful culture will attract great candidates who will work hard no matter what, and that the rest will take care of itself. This is unfortunately not the case. Companies need to create better programs for onboarding new employees if they want to make great hires and keep them too. Here are some of the most important things companies can learn when putting together their employee onboarding programs.
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