Your New Hires Won’t Succeed Unless You Onboard Them Properly

Nicholas Blechman for HBR

It used to be that onboarding was a process of just a few days, but new research shows that spending as much as a year helping new employees get up to speed in the workplace is necessary to capitalize on the skills, knowledge, and excitement they bring to the organization. What’s more, companies with successful onboarding programs are not just more likely to retain their new hires but even report measurable profit growth.

The first three to six months —­­...

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