As remote work gets more and more essential due to the global pandemic, employers need to update their processes and tools to allow for interviewing and hiring candidates offsite. There’s also an appetite for new productivity hacks, software, apps, and systems that help their teams work from home effectively. Sandwiched between those two goals, however, employers may be missing a crucial step – onboarding remote employees.
The first days at a new job play a big part in how new hires feel about a company, and ultimately, how long they’re willing to stay with the organization. The way you onboard new employees can make a huge difference to your bottom line.
In this article, we take a deep dive into best practices for remote employee onboarding. Read more