The most important part of onboarding is familiarizing a new hire with an organization’s work culture, but most acknowledge that that is not the main focus of their employer’s onboarding process. (Photo: Shutterstock)

It’s an employee’s market, meaning employers have to up their game to attract and retain quality employees.

However, a new study displays the struggles that most employers face when trying to integrate newly hired employees into their workforce. As a result, employers worry that many of their new employees never develop the bonds with the workplace that will make them effective, long-term workers. Instead, they often have one foot out the door from the day they start the job.

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