Remote Onboarding | Setting new hires up to succeed in a virtual work environment
by Philip Young
During the Covid-19 pandemic, many if not all organisations had to adapt onboarding to suit a remote work environment. Onboarding is arguably the most critical phase of the talent life cycle, and the benefits of a positive experience are clear: new hires build deeper relationships with colleagues, are more productive at work, and stay longer at their firm.
To better understand what steps an organisation should take to ensure a positive remote onboarding experience, Marlin Hawk surveyed a selection of c-suite executives with first-hand experience.
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