- Identify who will check in with this person to make sure that they have what they need. Should it be multiple people from different areas?
- Determine how feedback will be delivered. Feedback might need to be more deliberate because proximity won’t be the same as “in the office” where feedback is typically more “real-time.”
While this list is not all-inclusive, it is a great starting point for companies that are re-evaluating their hiring and onboarding processes in today’s climate. Onboarding any new employee is truly a team effort, but this is even more important now with remote employees.
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