Onboarding begins before Day 1

May 9, 2017

When was your first experience with your current employer? Was it your first day of work? Was it when you applied for the job? I’d guess that, for most of us, our first experience occurred much earlier—perhaps even several years prior—but in a different context. While your relationship with the organization may have been quite different before you considered it as a potential employer, your onboarding actually began the moment you first learned about the company’s existence.

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