Toolkit: How to successfully on-board remotely

Over the last 12 months most businesses have had to change the way they work to accommodate remote working. Some businesses will have adapted as a temporary measure but now find themselves making more permanent adaptations to the way they work. With social distancing measures in the office and some businesses choosing to reduce costs by cutting office space, remote working looks like it’s here
to stay.

Starting a new job is an exciting yet often nerve wracking experience. Meeting new people and absorbing the company culture and ways of working is a key part of the induction process. So what happens when a new staff member starts a new job remotely? How can you support your new starters so they feel like an accepted, included and intrinsic part of your workforce?


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