Expert Tips for Successfully Onboarding Remote Workers During the COVID-19 Crisis
April 15, 2020
Melanie Estes, Senior Learning Experience Designer at NovoEd, an online learning platform, explains that during these unprecedented times, most employees who can work from home have been mandated to do so.
“These precautions are forcing corporations to move quickly to find alternatives to critical onsite training initiatives that can’t be postponed indefinitely,” Estes says. “Training programs like leadership development, sales training, onboarding, diversity and inclusion (D&I), and digital transformation are more important than ever right now to business and employee success.”
“They can’t be delayed or put on indefinite hold as they are vital to employee skill-building and engagement as well as business growth and continuity,” Estes adds. “As a result, companies are seeking efficient and effective ways to quickly move these training programs online during these uncertain times.”
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