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In the world of new hires, there are two all-important “O” words for successfully incorporating new employees into the workplace: “orientation” and “onboarding.” Getting both right is critical if you want to retain top talent and instill your company culture and values right from the start.


But many companies struggle to hit the right notes, particularly with onboarding. While orientation is important with its paperwork, policies and protocol, onboarding is a much longer process with deeper business and bottom line implications that offers organizations an opportunity to create a great first experience for new hires that (hopefully) extends throughout their tenure with the company.


Download our Whitepaper to find out how to bring on new employees faster and more efficiently than you ever thought possible.