8. Be Available and Show Interest
Check-in with the new hire periodically during the onboarding process – at the end of their first day, second day, first week, first month, first ninety days. Ensure that lines of communication to you are open, but be proactive in communicating with your new remote employees as well. You want to provide them with enough opportunity to share candid feedback, wins, and challenges.
At the end of the day, onboarding sets the tone for how someone’s employment transpires with your company. It’s important to clearly communicate, highlight resources the employee has access to, and make them feel welcome and valued within your organization.
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