What strategic onboarding is and isn’t …
and why you need to know the difference

Onboarding has become a strategic priority for many K-12 schools, but to realize benefits such as employee retention, satisfaction and work quality, onboarding processes must be effective and strategic.

Yet schools often struggle to distinguish between orientation, onboarding and induction, and therefore never develop strategic onboarding processes.

In What strategic onboarding is and isn’t … and why you need to know the difference, Mark Frost and Marna Robertson — who collectively have 45 years’ experience as K-12 educators, assistant superintendents and HR leaders — share insights and advice to help school leaders understand how to strategically onboard new employees.

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