Back to the Workplace: 5 Things to Consider When Reboarding Returning Employees

Though times are uncertain, it seems likely that organizations will be seeking to rehire former employees as the economic climate stabilizes. Reboarding—bringing former employees back up to speed—is different from onboarding and should be designed as such.

The COVID-19 pandemic has stretched out longer than many of us could have imagined back when we heard the first reports of this disease. At its onset, and in industries where it was a viable solution, many businesses shifted to remote work as a temporary measure to slow the spread of the virus while still maintaining productivity. But as the pandemic continued with no clear end in sight, businesses faced tough decisions about resource allocation and personnel. Whether compelled to implement temporary furloughs or outright layoffs, just about every business sector has been affected to some degree.

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