Getting the most out of your Remote Onboarding Programme

Posted in : Coaching in the Moment on 7 December 2020
Karl O'Connor
OCN Coaching Champions Ltd
Issues covered: Coaching; Remote Onboarding; Recruitment and Selection; Induction

Following on from their excellent session at the recent Annual Review of Employment Law, Karl O’Connor, OCN Coaching Champions Ltd and Ashling O’Connor, Sales Enablement Program Manager at Zendesk provides some tips and advice to get the most from your remote onboarding programme.

Q. Could you provide any ideas for welcome gifts for organisations with very little budget? Working in the public sector means resources are limited and gifts aren’t allowed, what are ways around this in terms of welcome gifts for onboarding?

A: To help promote the employee experience and the employer brand, consider  a ‘Welcome Pack’ with useful items that can be sent out to new employees

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Karl O'Connor
OCN Coaching Champions Ltd

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