Onboarding an employee remotely

November 2021

How do you successfully onboard a new employee when you aren’t in the same room? The first step is to accept that remote onboarding requires a tailored approach.

How it works

  1. Use our checklist to design your onboarding process

  2. Get prepared before your employee starts

  3. Plan for the first day, week and month

Download checklist

This tool could help with…

  • Improving your hiring and onboarding practices

  • Managing an effective remote workforce

  • Increasing staff engagement and motivation




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