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John Michel's insight:
It seems to me that the potential for developing high levels of employee engagement would be at its maximum at the time of hire and during the beginning parts of the employer-employee relationship. Since a recent study by Corporate Executive Board revealed that employee performance can improve three times as much by learning on the job, rather than off, it would seem to make sense for employers to build training and education designed to encourage new employees to “bond” with the brand of the business, early on.