How New Hire Onboarding Can Help You Keep Your Organization Standards High

| January 20, 2020

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It’s not all bad news. New hires reasonably go through an adjustment period before they can perform at their best. And research by Glassdoor has found that organizations with a formal onboarding process improve new-hire productivity by 70%. Informal onboarding lacks a solid plan for employee integration, but formal onboarding has carefully coordinated steps. The goal is to help new employees get familiar both with their job duties and the company culture.

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