Guide To Onboarding Digital Learning Teammates

Onboarding a new team member takes planning and time, but the effort is well worth it.

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You’ve hired a new teammate. Congratulations! You’re probably hoping they’ll jump right in and help you develop courses and training tools. But not so fast. First you need to onboard them. Onboarding can feel like a hassle, or even a waste of time, but it’s the only way to make sure your new hire delivers their best work.

Your onboarding process should achieve two important goals:

• Equip your new hire to do the job.

• Help them feel like part of the team.

If that sounds like a tall order, it is. Onboarding takes planning and time, but the effort is well worth it.

Organize Your Onboarding Process

Get organized so you can effectively and efficiently onboard new teammates every time. Your employees will be happier, they’ll do better work, and your whole team will collaborate more efficiently. This guide will help you get organized so you can effectively and efficiently onboard new teammates every time you hire.

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