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5 Ways A New-Hire Orientation Video Can Improve Retention

When you bring new people into your organization, your goal should be to engage and retain that talent long-term. Assuring your newest team members that they have made the right decision by joining your company is achievable from day one … Continue reading

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Recruitment Pros: There’s a 33% Chance Your HR Team Thinks You’re Failing

If you’ve ever felt your talent is suffering because of your recruiting and onboarding processes, you are far from alone. A recent study revealed that 33 percent of HR teams believe their organization is “not competitive in the battle for … Continue reading

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Smooth Operator: New Ways To Look At Onboarding New Employees

The best way to make the onboarding process enjoyable and informative is to welcome new members of your team firsthand. Too many new faces can be overwhelming. Videos, e-learnings and online resources are an important part of orientation and further … Continue reading

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How to Successfully Build Your Own New Hire Checklist

Building a specialized onboarding process helps companies increase productivity for new employees while making them feel valued. According to HR.com, workers who have a structured onboarding process were 69 percent more likely to stay with the company for three years. … Continue reading

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Keep The Best Employees! Boost Retention With Effective Onboarding

More than 25 percent of Americans experience some kind of career transition every year and the human resources department is usually the first port of call for new workers. Shockingly, 50 percent of all hourly workers leave a new job … Continue reading

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