Remote Onboarding: Do We Hear You Say Yay or Nay? [SlideShare]
In this blog, we’ll discuss the pros and cons of remote onboarding for L&D teams and HR managers. Read on to discover what you and your hybrid workforce would need during the orientation training process.
Ever since the emergence of Covid lockdowns and shutdowns, the global economy has had to adapt to new ways of doing things. Organizations have had to adjust to the new normal, from relying increasingly on ecommerce for groceries and daily necessities to adjusting and setting up remote workstations at home. As a result, L&D managers must encourage their organizations to switch to remote onboarding, because working from home has become an accepted practice in the corporate world. However, the advantages and disadvantages of working from home and the process of remote onboarding apply both to your companies and its employees.
With the expeditious shift to a completely remote workforce, many companies were struggling to manage their newly remote employees and keep their projects on track. Developing an appealing strategy for remote onboarding was a tremendous problem for human resource managers, especially when dealing with a huge number of new workers. Even those companies that were used to working remotely found it challenging to manage their expanding operations.
It is difficult to predict what the recruitment environment will look like in the future. With the likelihood of shutdowns, layoffs, and other unforeseeable events, talent teams must understand how to optimize their recruitment processes.
Getting ready for remote onboarding comes with its own set of challenges and repercussions. In this SlideShare, we’ll discuss the benefits and drawbacks of remote onboarding.
This is a summary of the benefits and drawbacks of remote onboarding. After going through the SlideShare, you need to evaluate your resources, IT infrastructure, and schedule to see if this strategy is a “yes” or “no” for your firm.
While onboarding remote employees is challenging, educating them through online courses takes a substantial amount of time and effort. Training new employees online and keeping them motivated throughout the course can be challenging. Do you want to explore ways you can involve your learners and improve your organization’s performance by maximizing the effectiveness of L&D techniques? Are you curious about the impact of L&D teams and are looking to find out more?
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