7 remote onboarding tips to improve the new-hire experience
Onboarding is that critical juncture of the employee journey when a new hire connects with other members of the team, learns the ins and outs of the job and has a chance to feel and embrace the company culture. All of that is likely disrupted if your company has recently moved to a work-from-home model, which means you need to focus on creating a positive remote onboarding experience — and fast.
Onboarding new employees, both in the office and remotely, entails a specific list of requirements. The onboarding process must cover a lot, from administrative areas such as payroll tax forms to IT issues such as work tool assignments to core work such as introductions and first assignments.