Today in the post covid world, companies are hiring and onboarding almost all of their new
employees remotely. Among them are also the Generation Z, the new cohort to join any
organization, a generation that is born with a device in their hands and a screen in front of their
faces. They are comfortable with integrating both virtual and offline experiences and have high
onboarding expectations. This means that HR departments are faced with the challenge of
having to deliver an exceptional onboarding experience now more than ever.
1. Great pre-onboarding for a great start
2. First impression matters!
First days can go a long way in creating a lasting impression in the minds of new employees. Especially when they are having a remote first day at work, the HR needs to step up and deliver an energetic, engaging and seamless experience since there won’t be any physical meet or
Below are a few things companies can do to ensure that their new employees are comfortable and happy at the end of their first day at work.
3. It is okay to take baby steps
4. Crystal clear communication
5. Ongoing support for a smooth transition
Further, being surrounded by experts at PeoplesHR who find unique and practical means to adapt to changes and solve problems in the dynamic HR environment, I am keen on learning and conveying the knowledge I accumulate within the process with others through my writings.
Product Marketing Executive