In the past, onboarding meant a lot of in-person training. At some companies, new hires would sit in a classroom for a week, learning policies, procedures, and other important information about their new job and the work they’d be doing. How does that work now, in the age of COVID-19? Onboarding can be a tricky process already; your new hires need to get up to speed quickly. But with many employees still working remotely, and some permanent remote hires, what does that mean for onboarding?
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