One step onboarding for Google Workspace
This week Google published “5 tips for onboarding your first employees using Google Workspace“. A useful guide for any new business making the big step of hiring their first employees. Google Workspace offers many simple to use tools that can help you quickly take that new user and onboard them, however, are these newly onboarded users fully set up following these simple steps? Unlikely, unless you’re using Patronum.
So let’s take a look at the to-do list for onboarding new employees and add some Patronum Magic.
1. Create a business email address
As a small business or start-up, it may be tempting to use personal gmail.com addresses, but it’s important that your new employees work from a business account so you can keep track of who has access to company information. Using Patronum you can create your Google Workspace users, enter important information such as location, job title, department etc. Once done allow Patronum to automatically assign your newly created users to Google Groups, share Google Files and Folders, as well as share Contacts and Calendars.