The first question about onboarding is, “Why do it?”—especially when it comes to independently minded cybersecurity professionals known for their finely tuned corporate nonsense detectors. Statistics tell the tale. Recent research demonstrates that well- executed new-employee onboarding programs significantly influence employee retention and productivity.1
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