Did you know that one in five new hires leaves within the first 45 days of starting a job? That’s why it’s crucial to have a detailed onboarding plan in place. 

While you may think onboarding is only the first few days on the job, it actually starts before a new hire is even in the door – and extends through the first month. That’s why we put together this complete onboarding guide for hiring managers, so you won’t miss a step. 

Learn what to do before and after a new hire starts, plus:

  • 5 detailed checklists for every step in the onboarding process 
  • The #1 factor in ensuring new employee success
  • The top 10 onboarding mistakes – and how to avoid them

With this guide, you can create a memorable experience for new employees – and give them the tools to stay for the long haul.

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