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How do computer-based orientation programs differ from in-person orientation programs?

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  1. 5 February, 00:50
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    Within computer-based orientation programs, new employees undergo orientation without in-person communication with a company's representative. They receive information included in the orientation program via a computer, or other technological means (for example, via an App).

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    Traditionally, in the framework of in-person orientation programs, a person is assigned to guide a new employee through the orientation. This approach implies face-to-face communication between a new employee and an assigned individual (s) from the company about the matters included in the orientation (even if it is via phone - or video calls).

    Computer-based orientation (or online orientation) on the contrary excluded face-to-face communication of this kind and relies on computer tools to reach the goal of orientation.
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