Remote Onboarding – An Intentional Plan with Individual Attention
At a time when so many companies are just trying to avoid furloughs and layoffs, why do we need to think about remote onboarding? Some companies are still hiring, and some that had layoffs are now refilling those positions. We’ve also learned that companies can fill some positions very successfully with remote workers, so in the future, some key positions may become potentials for remote workers.
While your basic checklist for onboarding may remain unchanged, an intentional onboarding plan and individual attention will improve the chances for success. Here are a few things to think about regarding remote onboarding.