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Five steps to help your new recruits get on board

It doesn’t make sense: companies spend big money recruiting and interviewing, then barely pay lip service to ensuring it’s a smooth transition for new employees.Most employers think that ‘onboarding’ is a checklist of paperwork and login details, a few handshakes from the team, and a quick tour around the office. But sadly, a plan that focuses on making the employee feel appreciated, part of the company culture and above all welcome, is often overlooked.More information: https://jobtoday.com/en/blog/five-steps-help-new-recruits-get-board/
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