Company executives know how important the onboarding process is to help new hires establish their place in the organization, and skipping core areas can have a drastic impact on the program all together. Onboarding is in place for a number of reasons, to connect the employer to the employee, outline the details of their new role, align them with current business objectives and company culture, and to reduce the possibility of issues or problems arising when they hit the office floor and start work.
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