The onboarding gap: the journey to day 1

What to do once an employee has accepted your offer

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Relationships start with hope and optimism. For the relationship to succeed, you must nurture these feelings right from the beginning. That’s why I believe onboarding begins the moment your new hire has accepted their offer.

The time from offer acceptance to a new hire’s first day can be as little as a few weeks or…

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I help businesses build, lead, and manage teams.

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