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Employee Lifecycle Management or ELM is the different stages an employee goes through during their time at an organization.
In HR, there are six stages in ELM: outreach, recruitment, Onboarding, development and training, performance, and Offboarding.
A business can explore all the ways they can positively impact their employees’time at the organization.
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