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Employee onboarding doesn’t start on the first day. Scratch that. Employee onboarding should never start on the first day if you want your new hire to be successful. If you’re unsure of where to start, we’ve teamed up with Vengage to put together an infographic for what you need to have ready before a new hire steps food through the door.
We’re told that people who need people are the luckiest people in the world. But that doesn’t mean we leave the womb knowing all of society’s rules for civil engagement. We don’t. As such (and as any parent or caretaker would readily attest), we require socialization. (Remember Tarzan? He lacked socialization, poor thing.)