Pre-Employment Onboarding Gives Employees a Headstart On Day One

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It’s rare for new employees to dive in and begin doing work on day one. Rather than getting started on the tasks they were hired to perform, they’ll likely spend days—if not weeks—going through onboarding, which involves filling out paperwork, setting up software and hardware, signing up for online accounts, getting acclimated to new systems, learning the ins and outs of their roles or sitting through introductory presentations.

But this approach is problematic. It already takes an average of 55 days for employers to fill full-time positions, and another 50 days is usually required for that new hire to become productive post-onboarding.

While

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