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In a Nutshell: Issue 85
The induction process is key to any new employees’ first impression of an organisation. These authors explain how utilising people data can help people professionals ensure the induction process is effective in both retaining staff and maximising productivity.
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Melanie Green, Research Adviser
Melanie joined the CIPD in 2017, specialising in learning & development and skills research. Prior to the CIPD, Mel worked as an HR practitioner in a technology organisation, working on a variety of learning and development initiatives, and has previously worked as a researcher in an employee engagement and well-being consultancy.
Melanie holds a master’s degree in Occupational Psychology from University of Surrey, where she conducted research into work–life boundary styles and the effect of this on employee well-being and engagement.
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