The financial services industry is currently being tested by the current spread of COVID-19 around the world. While some industries slow down, some are
booming more than ever.
With the country in lock down, most financial professionals will find themselves working from home for an uncertain period of time. As a hiring manager, this poses new challenges to the usual way of working. After putting time and effort into securing a business-critical hire, delaying the start date due to this crisis might risk impacting on your business-critical plan at this uncertain time.
When we see a Chinese mainland biotech firm became the first initial public offering to debut via a virtual listing ceremony at Hong Kong Exchanges & Clearing Ltd, successfully onboarding new talent virtually might be the best strategy. But how do you ensure the new employee is set up for success and has a positive experience with your company when you can’t give them an office tour, take them for a welcome lunch or have them shadow another team member? And how do you best transition them back to the office when things calm down and business-as-usual returns?
Our guide on onboarding employees virtually provides tips and guidelines on planning a comprehensive onboarding program.
Download now to discover:
Actionable advice on best practices for onboarding
How to build a company culture remotely
How to transition a new hire back to the office
In this uncertain time, most of the companies are experiencing new challenges. Have a chat with us to discuss your business-critical talent-hiring strategy. We are in this together.
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