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This template doc helps set a baseline of safety and connection between a new hire and their manager. It allows individuals to share as much or as little as they're comfortable with and I think this can be especially helpful for inclusion. Credit: TikTok-er with the handle mynameis.april
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Amy Mako describes how Faire revamped their onboarding process using a design approach. This article includes three design opportunities Faire’s DesignOps team identified and some of the core processes, tools, and protocols they built to address them.
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Need inspiration on how to implement an onboarding program into your Product Design Team? Look no further than what d. labs has put together.
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In this post, I’ll show you how to take an active role in your onboarding experience by asking for and giving yourself feedback on a regular basis, asking questions to better understand your role, and gradually challenging yourself with tougher tasks
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Once you’ve hired this person — but, importantly, before they start — set them up for success by socializing their role with others in your team or organization. The first few weeks of a new job set the tone for the rest of a team member’s time at your company, so it always pays off to invest time up front to think about how that experience should feel.
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This case study discusses the importance of onboarding for a design team, highlighting the significant difference it can make in terms of new employee retention and their relationship with the company.

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