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Onboarding 101: How to ensure that new hires will thrive

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On-boardingFinding qualified candidates requires an investment of time, energy and money from all involved in your organization’s recruitment, hiring and training functions—but your role as a manager doesn’t really begin until after employees have completed their new-hire paperwork.

In fact, the Society of Human Resources Management (SHRM) cites statistics that most employees don’t decide to fully commit to a job until they’ve been on staff at least six months.

Their decision to stay on board through those first few critical months is deeply intertwined with the amount of energy managers put into helping them through the transition from new hire, to engaged and accountable team member.

Here are four ways all managers can help their new hires settle into their new roles.

1. Introduce employees to the culture

Your human resources department may take the lead on giving employees an introduction to company policies, procedures and mission...(register to read more)

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