The article tells that the hiring process does not stop when somebody says -- yes, I'll take your job. It really depends on how [well] you bring that person on and what you do with them over the first year.
Article discusses that a substantial study conducted by the partnership and Booz Allen Hamilton in 2008 found that successfully onboarding employees during their first year of service increases engagement, raises retention by as much as 25 percent, improves performance and accelerates the time to full productivity.
Article discusses that a process called �onboarding� is one of the best ways for federal agencies to retain new employees once they start work, according to a new report from the Partnership for Public and Booz Allen Hamilton.
Article says that federal agencies should improve their approach to bringing new employees onboard and integrating them into the workplace culture if they want to boost retention rates and productivity