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If you're not doing enough for new hires in the first 90 days, don't expect them to last long. (Photo: iStock)

A recent survey finds 28 percent of new hires are willing to quit their new jobs if they don’t find it satisfactory in the first 90 days. The study, by Robert Half & Associates, underscores the importance of appropriate onboarding strategies, says Mike Gremmer, a regional vice president for Robert Half & Associates.

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