The Strategic Development of Newly Degreed Employees
Over the past two years National Semiconductor Corporation has engaged in a program to help newly degreed and hired employees assimilate into National and to become productive quickly. The results have been outstanding — turnover among new college hires is down and most new hires feel they have tools to become even more productive.
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