A good boss enables a new hire to be productive from day one. The first 90 days of an employee’s tenure leaves a long-lasting impression on how s/he perceives the company, the boss, and even executive management. The focus of On-Boarding should be cultural acclimation, acceptance by the longer-tenured staff, and quick productive output. On-Boarding begins before the employee starts the job, by ensuring that existing staff is aware and accepting of the role, and that the appropriate support departments (Human Resources, Information Technology) are prepared to provide the necessary tools (e.g. computer) and process the new hire.
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