Onboarding refers to the organizational socialization process of integrating new hires into the company
Onboarding refers to the organizational socialization process of integrating new hires into the company obliging its established culture and operations and moving them from applicant to employee status ensuring that all administration and paperwork are done and training is completed.
The most important goal is to ensure enabling social acceptance and knowledge of the company's culture.
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