Diversity & Inclusion

Managers Know Intuitively that the ROI on Diversity Recruitment is Good for Business

The new hire must learn the employer’s business methods and job responsibilities, while also adapting to a unique culture.
— By Malibu Kothari

“Onboarding” is accepted as a business strategy for accelerating the time a new hire reaches full competency. The reasons it’s grown in popularity include the fact more people are working globally, making the learning curve steeper. The new hire must learn the employer’s business methods and job responsibilities, while also adapting to a unique culture. In addition, technology has made it easier for workers to search for employment when dissatisfied in current positions, so early engagement is important. Companies are experiencing long periods of employee underperformance, high turnover rates, and high levels of dissatisfaction that make assimilation into the company more difficult.

Typically, management has turned to human resources, training manuals and development sessions to initiate and integra...

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