The onboarding process has historically been a largely in-workplace experience. Traditionally, this could have included taking the new starter around the office and introducing them to colleagues or going out for lunch with them on their first day.
Yet, over the past year amid the coronavirus crisis, employers and HR have been forced to welcome new starters into their businesses remotely.
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