20% of your total staff turnover happens during the first 6 weeks of employment. If you’re not onboarding well, you’re increasing costs.
Onboarding is an intense process with a new hire needing to complete around 54 tasks. Remote onboarding comes with a unique set of challenges when compared with its in-office counterpart.
New remote hires need the right tools, resources, and technology to integrate into a company’s culture. They also need to build a rapport with their managers and colleagues. If your HR management can’t help them achieve this, you risk losing top talent and racking up expenses to do so – upwards of $30,000 to $45,000 for each replacement.
Creating a refined onboarding process can prevent this from happening and rather boost employee productivity and retention. In this Process Street post, we’re giving you 10 remote onboarding best practices to help you get started.
- Let’s talk about the employee onboarding experience
- 10 best practices to give the best remote onboarding experience
- Taking your employee retention to the next level
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