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Ingeniously Simple

… something on using an online task board to support new starters

This blog post is about how I have used an online task board to support new starters. In these remote times, onboarding a new starter needs to be a lot more deliberate; a task board can guide them through the first few days and weeks (and months), whilst also giving them a level of autonomy when they join.




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