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Hiring doesn’t end on an employee’s first day. Onboarding and the first few weeks to months of employment—what we call the “getting acquainted period”—is the most critical part of the hiring process.
That’s partially because the onboarding phase is your best chance to control and influence your overall hiring expenses. 20% of employee turnover happens within the first 90 days—yet companies with structured onboarding processes experience 50% greater new hire retention. Great onboarding simultaneously fulfills your legal obligations for new hires, engages your new employee, establishes routines that will help them succeed, and helps lower your long-term risk and cost of turnover.
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