On-Boarding For Dummies: How To Successfully Bring New Employees on Board

Employee turnover is a costly problem. And with 22% of employees leaving their jobs within the first 45 days of employment, it’s all the more important to be sure that your employees are assimilated into your company with special care and ease. Of course, successful new employee training is easier said than done. Here are some on-boarding tips to help keep your employee turnover rates down, and your on-boarding success rate high.

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  1. Great graphic with alot of common sense that is very often not very common practise.

    I am missing a feedback loop that would help the onboarding team improve based on the new hire’s experience. Would that happen in most companies?

    Cheers, Andi

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  4. Melissa

    The graphic is broken–can you fix it?

  5. Luke Stollings

    I can’t see the graphic! So there’s no info!

  6. Luke S

    When I click the infographic it just refreshes the page. I can’t get it to enlarge/expand.

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  1. […] On-boarding is an important step in the hiring process. New hires who have not been properly on-boarded might not know some very basic things — for example, who is in what department and who to go to with questions — and therefore might be more prone to making mistakes and feeling insecure. To make your employees comfortable and to get the most out of them from the get-go, follow on-boarding best practices. […]

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