The first few days of walking into a brand new office to a completely new department and job role is a bit of an awkward period. With very little acquaintances let alone friends, it’s mostly a lot of awkward smiles, hellos and nods that take place with a bit of conversation that is usually a sharing of few words. This is inevitably a part of the journey until things slowly fall into place. Be it a trained professional or a fresh new graduate, everyone struggles with getting on with the flow of work during the first few days or even weeks until the process syncs in. Which is when a little help in this area could make things much easier and faster. Onboarding comes into effect right after the orientation process when the new joiner has been introduced to the team including the work process of the department and job role he/she belongs to. Although many organisations tend to skip the onboarding process completely, it has is fair share of merits in helping get the best out of the new recruit without losing much time. Essentially this will provide a formal introduction to the work involved along with a training that will make the work flow much easier and faster, without any mishaps along the way. Here’ are a few ways to get the new employees onboard, just right.