Companies accustomed to a traditional office-based workforce making the switch to remote employees often have to learn how to support them through trial and error. But the result is that many of the long-standing fears held about a remote work force are put to rest:
Onboarding employees is one of the most important and challenging roles for an HR executive.
The process is one of a new employee’s first interactions with their company, and if you want to retain talent, it’s critical to make a good impression. Unfortunately, that often doesn’t happen; according to a 2017 Gallup® report, only 12% of workers had a positive onboarding experience.