This is What Perfect Onboarding Looks Like

Real talk: Most onboarding is bad. Really, really bad. And we get it since good onboarding takes a significant time investment that frankly, not all organizations have at their disposal. But what might seem like a luxury should be regarded as a necessity—that is, as long as it’s done well.

When executed properly, onboarding pays back in spades. New employees become valuable team members instead of liabilities. Less time is spent fixing mistakes and more time is spent on creating opportunities. Employees feel supported, while long-time employees get to mentor and enjoy leadership positions.

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It all hinges on perfecting the onboarding process. But what does that even look like? It goes something like this:

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