Tag Archives: employee onboarding

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How Better Knowledge Management Improves Training

  There’s no denying organizations pour a large amount of time and resources into training new hires, but have you ever stopped to calculate just how much? According to the Association for Talent Development’s State of the Industry Report, organizations spend an average of $1,208 per employee on training and development and an average of […]

Blog Round Up: Employee Engagement

According to a report from the Harvard Business Review, 71% of business leaders said that employee engagement was very important for the success of their companies. But only 24% of these same leaders said they felt like their employees were highly engaged. Employee engagement is mission critical for most organizations so we’ve pulled together a […]

The Five Characteristics of Successful Employee Onboarding

I recently read that 33 percent of new hires look for a new job within their first six months. This may speak to a more transient workforce, but there clearly are other factors at play here. Why would someone new to a job almost immediately seek another new job? The answer, I believe, lies in […]