This paper illustrates the advantage of departmental on-boarding which is the practice of employing staff without providing the internal details of the company’s function versus spending some days to explain its operations. For this article the company name will be changed to XYZ Training Company, since management asks that the company not be identified.
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Looking at the feedback received, this new kind of improved orientation process may assist in reduced turnover, employees becoming more positive attitude at work, and employees become more productive sooner.
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