How to improve your remote onboarding process

The first day on a new job can be exciting and nerve-wracking — especially for remote workers. Starting a new job after an entirely virtual interview and hiring process can be an impersonal and isolating experience. But a good remote onboarding process can help address these concerns and ensure the start of a productive career.

The shift to remote work in the wake of the pandemic has transformed a lot of business functions — including onboarding. The sudden and unexpected rush to go remote hurried digital transformation, and many organizations created interim plans.

But you, like many companies, may plan to keep some of these changes going forward. Remote work is no longer “just a temporary solution.” More and more people will be looking for remote job opportunities. And if you want to attract and retain top talent, now is the time to rethink your onboarding process and make it a springboard into a healthy and long-term employee relationship.

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