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Secrets of Successful Onboarding: Michelin's Sherie Burdett on Employee Retention

May 7, 2014
Investing in a year-long onboarding process has helped the tire maker keep employees, save money and motivate their workforce.  Related Content: Successful Employees Require a Solid Start

Michelin's Sherie Burdett says the onboarding process is especially important in setting the level of future engagement among new employees.

She says the process can take a year, but is a worthwhile investment. The key is getting the employee involved so they have an emotional stake in the direction and success of the company.

This interview was conducted at the IW Best Plants conference.

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