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  1. For the record, the complete thought I gave you was “Onboarding requires assimilation into the business and the culture. Both are done better face-to-face. But sometimes
    face-to-face is not an option. When that happens, you have to make the best possible use of virtual tools…and, in organizations in which a strong culture is a competitive advantage, face-to-face communication is essential to get everyone on the same page emotionally.”

  2. For the record, the complete thought I gave you was “Onboarding requires assimilation into the business and the culture. Both are done better face-to-face. But sometimes
    face-to-face is not an option. When that happens, you have to make the best possible use of virtual tools…and, in organizations in which a strong culture is a competitive advantage, face-to-face communication is essential to get everyone on the same page emotionally.”

  3. Great strategies, AnnMarie! Much thanks to technology, remote workers are brought together despite being in locations that can be as far apart as possible. Information can be sent and received in an instant. However, you should also take into consideration your employees’ location, and most importantly, their time zones.

  4. Great strategies, AnnMarie! Much thanks to technology, remote workers are brought together despite being in locations that can be as far apart as possible. Information can be sent and received in an instant. However, you should also take into consideration your employees’ location, and most importantly, their time zones.


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