Yeah of course! Right now it’s in German, but I am happy to translate/explain. These are the first tasks within the project:
On our colleagues first day, we assign only the first section (first day) to him or her. This helps in minimizing distraction and confusion. The tasks are all pretty easy, I’ll try to summarize:
1. Onboarding- Moderation @Name (1. Tag) << Lies dies bevor das Onboarding startet 
This task is for the mentor and includes todos to customize the project to the specific role of our new colleague
2. Asana kennenlernen 
A statement that asana is our single point trouth and a quick link to the asana help (self study if needed)
3. Registrierungen abschließen [0.5]
Please complete your platform registrations (google, 1password, …)
4. Teamkalender nutzen und das Unternehmen gezeigt bekommen [1.5]
Please invite your boss to a presentation about our company. This one introduces a new concept, because beginning from here, there’s always a task AND extended information on how to complete the task (wiki, video introductions, … ). This is special, because if you do know this stuff already, you can simply complete the task. If not, you can get all the information you need. We receive a lot of good feedback for this self-paced approach
5. Informationen und Dateien finden [0.5]
Which channels we use for communication, processes, file storage, …
PLUS: a quick knowledge check, if the concept is understood (3 examples to sort) → the hire needs to simply comment the answer, so that the mentor can check
6. Review der Kommunikationsnormen 
How we communicate and how we work
PLUS: Active feedback on what’s your opinion on this
7. Dateien einbinden 
Introduction to our file-shares and-services
PLUS: connect your shares
8. Wie uns Asana bei der Arbeit hilft [1.5]
Link to a self made e-learning on our asana specifics (time booking, project logic, common style agreements)
Starting with the second day, the person gets assigned the whole project with two very straight duties:
- this is your first project, plan your due dates, plan your completion, follow the processes explained within this project (status, budget, …)
- you’ll get access to our other projects, once you successfully complete this project
=> this is a huge deal, because after completing the onboarding, our new colleague has at least seen everything which will happen in actuals projects. The whole project currently has ~50 tasks and we are very happy with the results. I can honestly say, that after completing this project, people know ~60% of our common work culture and our project work processes.
Obviously, all tasks received a lot of love regarding their text and general tone. We try to deliver a consistent experience starting from our first recruiting contact.
Great side fact: it feels like the mentor is there 100% of the time, because asana is the tool we use dozen times a day (short response time). But in fact, the amount of actual work for the mentor is very little, because it’s all pre-made.
Hope this helps! Feel free to contact me, I am always happy to get other opinions and views on this. Maybe I can also help in avoiding some common stumbling blocks.