A recent survey found that executives in the U.S. were 35% less likely to receive formal onboarding, compared to the global average. At the same time, on a scale of 1 to 100, U.S. execs rated their onboarding at a lukewarm 59. Only 36% of U.S. executives said they received any onboarding at all. Of those, only 30% said they were given guidelines on social media or corporate brand responsibility; and just 42% said they received any IT training or protocols. Asked what they would like to address in onboarding, information about the company’s goals and visions, details about the company’s functions, and an overview of the corporate culture topped their wish list. According to the survey, board directors are most likely to go through formal onboarding, while CEOs and presidents are least likely to undergo this activity. Read the full article.