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Thirty-four percent of human resources managers report that their companies do not have a formal orientation program to help prepare new staff, according to a recent survey by staffing firm AccounTemps.

Lacking an orientation process could prevent new hires from feeling part of the team as 35 percent of respondents say it helps those new employees better understand the company’s values, guidelines and expectations. Other positive benefits from offering orientation programs include helping new hires contribute more quickly at 20 percent, establishing a connection between new employees and the company sooner at 19 percent, better preparing new hires for long-term success at 17 percent and helping the company better understand the needs of new hires at 9 percent.

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