With employees working from home for varying periods of time, bringing them back into the workplace shouldn’t be an afterthought. In fact, it’s a good idea to think about these returning employees as new employees entering the workplace. Some onboarding may be in order.
That onboarding may look considerably different from how it has looked in the past, though.
A ‘Hands-Off’ Approach to Onboarding
Kelly Williams, attorney and managing partner of Slate Law Group in San Diego, says, “we recommend prioritizing most communication through online video platforms to limit human contact.”