[Remote onboarding] Integrating new staff remotely

Actions you can take today to help onboard remote workers in a global crisis.

You will discover tips and tricks you can put into place now:

Personal touches Actions that add an all-important human element for your onboardee.
Open communication Actions that facilitate strong, open lines of communication.
Learning & support Actions that empower new hires with knowledge and practical support.

What to expect_

Let’s be honest, we’re facing a chaotic situation.

COVID-19 is impacting everyday life on a scale unseen in modern times, and the situation is changing minute-to-minute.

Despite this, the world of business marches on.

In fact, many organizations are bringing additional new hires on board to cope with increased demand, particularly online businesses and of course healthcare providers and large-scale supermarkets & manufacturers.


So the question is: How do you effectively bring a new colleague on board remotely?

How do you create an experience that communicates culture & values, fosters connection, manages compliance, and sets your new hire up for peak performance, without in-person contact?

We’ve put together a guide of actionable items you can do today to support your newest hire remotely and ensure they feel confident in this period of uncertainty.