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Customized Onboarding for Project Talent Can Build Knowledge and Stem the Tide of Early Turnover

Painstakingly sifting through practitioner CVs or résumés and carefully vetting candidates is a waste of time for organizations if new hires are scanning for the exit as soon as they arrive. "With the right people on board, the battle shifts to development and retention," says Daniela Tessler, talent acquisition, development and retention senior manager at electronics retailer Fast Shop, São Paulo, Brazil.
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