Many organizations moved their operations online in response to the pandemic. But after more than a year of working remotely, many organizations are going fully remote while others are embracing hybrid work models.
Chances are your organization will need to onboard remote employees. Onboarding is time consuming enough in person, but it can be even more challenging remotely. It can take longer to process paperwork, train employees on important tasks, and build culture when you aren’t sitting face-to-face.
This doesn’t mean you have to fly new employees into headquarters for onboarding, though. Let’s look at the benefits of remote onboarding and some smart methods to streamline the process with a learning management system (LMS).
The benefits of remote onboarding