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  1. There is a clear difference between these 2 scenarios, and, unfortunately, few companies understand the importance of proper employee onboarding. The process of engaging employees should start from day one in the organization and should focus on encouraging group work and communication. Employee onboarding needs to be improved and adapted according to the needs of the people, thus it is vital to put emphasis on regular feedback.

  2. Good read. Totally agree that the scenarios are different and each has to be dealt in separate manner. The very fact that there are on boarding people goes to prove the importance of giving the employees proper training. Continuous assessment and training works more effectively than giving everything in one go. And there are software out there like Skyprep, which I use at my place, which enables us to do so.

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