Most of us are ready to get back to work. I’m already growing weary of the “new normal” term. I’m trying to get over that and figure out what I need to do, to get my team, my company moving forward.
But, due to the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic affecting workplaces, many of us are expediting remote work and evaluating current telecommuting practices. During these times, it’s not just seasoned employees working from home—it’s also new hires. Employers are being challenged with the task of onboarding increasingly more remote employees than ever before. Remote onboarding refers to completing an onboarding process primarily or entirely in a virtual or remote fashion, with the intent of that employee primarily telecommuting. This includes acclimating remote hires to their new roles, setting clear guidelines for performance and company culture, and sharing the necessary knowledge for a new employee to succeed within a remote environment.
Please do your best – Smile – Be Happy – Stay Active – Slow Down – Stay Calm – Stay Hopeful – Stay Kind – Stay Positive – Stay Friendly – Stay Strong – Snooze More – Laugh It Up – Pay it Forward – Be Nice