Posted on March 2020
In Switzerland, many businesses in the Life Sciences industry are learning a new way to do operate their business. Amid uncertain times, it's difficult to know what the "right" thing to do is. Although there's much office work and physical presence, there's a massive increase in medical care, and remote working.
If you are a hiring manager and you've put a lot of time and effort into securing a business-critical hire, you don't want to lose them. You need someone to start now but you can't physically be there to onboard them. How can you ensure they have a positive experience of your company and help them transition back to the office when everything returns to business-as-usual?
We have put together this guide on how to onboard remote employees to help your organize and plan a comprehensive onboarding program.
This guides includes:
Actionable advice on best practices for onboarding
How to build a company culture remotely
How to transition a new hire back to the office