With most businesses having shifted to a partially or fully displaced workforce, employers need to come up with new and improved onboarding techniques to welcome remote workers. While it might seem like a similar process as an in-person orientation, remote onboarding can have its own unique challenges that businesses need to cater to. Overlooking those challenges could lead to loss in productivity or even a complete collapse of the department they’re associated with.
Getting remote onboarding right is crucial to the long-term success of the business, especially in the current climate. Here, 14 experts from Forbes Business Development Council weigh in on how businesses can successfully onboard their remote employees.
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