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Many factors are affecting the labor market and workplace dynamics. COVID-19, working from home, inflation and an historic labor shortage are making it difficult for employees to attract and retain new talent. One issue that employers, especially those whose workers are “deskless,” need to address is onboarding.

In a new survey, TalentCards talked to 900 onboarding managers and found that 48% believe the most common challenge in onboarding is that new hires lack necessary skills for the job and require a lot of training. In addition, 72% of companies have unfilled positions due to the inability to find qualified workers.

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