Part of the job of the human resources department of any business or company is to hire new employees when they need people to fill in available positions or placements. And once those people pass the mandatory screening process, then the next step would be for those newly hired individuals to undergo a training period before they are deemed fit to be released into the diversity of the workplace to perform their assigned duties. And this needs to be said and emphasized: the training period is very important when it comes to employee management.
There are some companies who often take the training period of new hires for granted because they have this assumption that they can just learn everything they need to know as they go along. But what this does is that it will not adequately prepare individuals to face all of the expected and unexpected challenges that come with the job that they applied for. And if they are not well-equipped to deal with such situations, then they’ll just end up having to leave the company startup after a few weeks, months, or even less than a full year.