Initiate new employees and create a thriving remote-workplace culture.
Recent months have seen many businesses move to remote work or hybrid work setups, and it’s already clear that we will see long-term changes in the way we work.
A big reason for this is the enormous benefits remote work offers including a smooth recruitment process and high levels of employee productivity all the while saving tons of money.
In today’s business landscape, remote workforce management can no longer be a mere contingency plan developed in the face of a crisis. Instead, it must be integrated as a long-term strategy to leverage the advantages of a hybrid workforce.
Now, as most businesses adapt to the new normal and resume their hiring processes, HR managers and leadership are facing significant challenges in the onboarding of remote employees.
Recent surveys from Forbes and SHRM show that although leaders are becoming more confident with remote working, there’s still much room for improvement. From hiring an employee to promoting a healthy company culture, they need to work on some critical gaps to ensure an effective remote workplace strategy.
This whitepaper breaks down the various dimensions of employee onboarding in a remote setup and gives helpful, practical tips to help you provide effective remote onboarding to new and existing employees.