The top 5 musts for designing onboarding experiences

Starting a new job can be nerve-wracking at the best of times and downright difficult at the worst, but a smooth transition via the company’s onboarding process can help even the most nervous new employee settle in quicker. Of course, those involved in the hiring process have a good idea of where the new employee stands in terms of product knowledge, industry familiarity, etc., but in most cases, it’s probably prudent to start with the basics. After all, even if the new hire has 10 years of industry experience under their belt, it’s possible that the different terms and nomenclature at your company will throw them for a loop for the first few days or weeks as they adjust.

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