Sapling's preboarding portal is designed to provide a consistent and informative introduction for new hires that are about to join the team.

Before you begin Preboarding

While the preboarding experience is customized from company to company, below are the most commonly requested documents to help support your preboarding process.

  • Headshot photo (for your Sapling profile) 

  • Social Security number (for tax documents) 

  • Photo ID (like a driver's license or passport photo) 

Once these have been assembled, we suggest to set aside ~10-20 minutes to fully complete preboarding.

Welcome Email

When your company onboards you with Sapling, you'll receive a welcome email sent to your personal email address.  This will provide specific, important information about your new role.

When you are ready to start preboarding, click the "Start Onboarding" button at the bottom of the welcome email.

Create your password

After you click "Start Onboarding", you'll be taken to a dedicated landing page where you can create your password.

Below are the Sapling password requirements:

  • At least 8 characters

  • One lowercase character

  • One uppercase character

  • One number

  • One special character (for example, % @ # ! )

  • Not easily guessable (for example, no repeating patterns like abcd1234 allowed)

Company Introduction

The Company Introduction/Team Story page allows you to learn about your company's history, milestones, values, and view the team photo gallery.

People Page

The People page introduces you to the key people you should know for your first day, such as your manager and department.  

It also introduces you to your onboarding class, which is comprised of the last eight people that have joined the organization.

About You

The About You section collects all the data and paperwork that HR needs you to complete. Finishing this before your first day means once you're actually in the office, you can focus on the more exciting and strategically engaging parts fo your new role! 

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