There are a few pivotal times in every employee’s career. Hands down, the most pivotal time is during the onboarding process. The deal is done; compensation is agreed to, announcements are made and (ideally) preparations are made for the new contributor. At this time, most new hires are more open than ever to what’s happening around them. The employer is typically on “best behavior,” wanting to look good for making such a wise hire decision. So, with all this “niceness” going on, why do some new hires go bad so quickly?