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Employee onboarding, which goes beyond induction or orientation, involves the assimilation and integration of new employees into an organisation, providing them with the necessary tools and information to become successful, productive workers.

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The Stage

Organisations of all sizes invest time and money into onboarding programmes in order to retain top talent and ensure that new staff members become fully productive as quickly as possible. Studies reveal that well managed onboarding programmes have the potential to significantly improve employee retention rates and increase overall productivity. [1].

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