7 Best practices to onboard remote employees in 2020

Investing in a robust onboarding program is highly beneficial. Companies with a strong onboarding process improve new hire retention by 82% and boost productivity by over 70%.

As more companies shift to remote work in the wake of the coronavirus, one challenge is onboarding remote employees. The physical distance with remote workers means you can’t personally meet with them or show them around the office.

Fortunately, technology makes it easy to welcome new hires, but there are some things to keep in mind. Here we’ll look at best practices to onboard remote employees.

1. Sort all paperwork virtually

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