4 must-have components of a successful remote onboarding program

A roadmap to enhancing organizational culture, no matter where people work.

By Ragan Staff      

Shared experiences create powerful bonds, a dynamic that’s essential to the success of new employees at all organizations. But when onboarding team members is done on a remote basis, establishing that dynamic is much more challenging.

Onboarding is an even more critical touch point for introducing new employees to the company culture in the post-pandemic hiring landscape. Even so, researchers from Gallup found that only 1 in 10 employees strongly agree that their companies are great at onboarding. In the remote setting, organizations can’t default to traditional sources of company culture like the energy in the room. Or small talk over coffee and cookies.

With all this in mind, Ergotron has created a whitepaper that lays out the key principles for a successful remote onboarding process that will help guide you through the process for each and every new employee.

You’ll learn:

  • Why successful remote onboarding is built around organizational values, not culture.
  • Why successful remote onboarding is about building the connections that undergird strong relationships among colleagues.
  • How successful remote onboarding should highlight choices and personalization for new employees.
  • The ways that a successful remote onboarding experience makes subsequent business outcomes measurable.
  • How organizational health is directly tied to successful onboarding.

Get your copy of “4 Must-Have Components of a Remote Onboarding Program That Builds Company Culture” today and use these four cornerstones for an advantage in creating a healthy, flexible and unique company culture, no matter where employees work.