Bad onboarding processes can sink retention efforts

01/25/2010 | Cincy Recruiter's World

In her first human resources job, Jennifer McClure writes she was told by the plant manager that "I don't know anything about HR. Don't expect me to help you. There's some books in your office." The majority of workers make the decision to stick around in their first six months, so companies need to have better onboarding practices -- not like what she went through, McClure asserts.

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