It’s a damning statistic that nearly 60% of all new executives leave within 18 months of starting a new role.
So what can be done to increase the chances of new employees succeeding when they join a business and why aren’t organisations taking a closer look at the factors that make their employees succeed or fail?
In a saturated job market, finding the right staff and ensuring that they quickly integrate into an organisation’s culture has taken on an increased importance.
Of course, not all questions a new starter has will be found in the employee handbook. There are idiosyncrasies that every business possesses that all new starters will just have to discover for themselves.
For instance if there is a staff meeting at 9am, do most people arrive for 8:30 because the MD has been known to start early? (and chastise latecomers)
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