Why are organizations so bad at onboarding?

April 7, 2017

Onboarding is important! I don’t think it’s necessary to argue that point. If you need validation, check out this Forbes article. It comes down to the simple reality that we’re all trying to attract the best talent. We’re all having turnover problems. We’re all hiring new people. So why are we all so bad at getting those new people up to speed in their new roles? Why are we still doing things like throwing people into the job without support or shoving them into back rooms to gorge on 20 hours of eLearning? Onboarding is one of those corporate concepts that everyone acknowledges as critical but no one seems to really take seriously.

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