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Research led by Human Capital and Global Mobility expert Brian Friedman, in conjunction with ESCP Business School, examined decision-making factors for graduates with multiple job offers from blue-chips like PwC, Morgan Stanley, Bloomberg and Amazon. The study found that: 

  1. It's really important to extend the feeling of welcome - 98% of graduates said it is very important or extremely important
  2. 89% ranked the feeling of being welcome as a key decision driver 
  3. Blue-chip companies can improve their approach, especially with relocating new hires. 

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Top performers are worth twice the average: The top 1% of employees are 50% to 127% more productive than average recruits (the higher the complexity of the job, the higher the productivity difference). The problem is, you'd can't know who is who until they're up and running. So, it's critical not to lose talent too early.

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Google 2015
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