SYNERGY TRAINING GROUP

Fascinating Talks &

Amazing People

SYNERGY TRAINING GROUP

Fascinating Talks &

Amazing People

SYNERGY TRAINING GROUP

Fascinating Talks &

Amazing People

SYNERGY TRAINING GROUP

Fascinating Talks &

Amazing People

SYNERGY TRAINING GROUP

Fascinating Talks &

Amazing People

SYNERGY TRAINING GROUP

Fascinating Talks &

Amazing People

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Synergy Training Group

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INDUCTION

 

Planning

Planning an induction should encompass and include information about systems and procedures, company strategy and services (such as company values and behaviours), alongside job specific information (e.g. department information, job requirements and objectives), and an introduction, virtual or in-person, to the wider team.

 

Induction

The purpose an induction policy is to ensure that all employees have the benefit of a properly structured induction programme that will help them to integrate into their role in the organisation quickly and effectively.

 

Through the induction policy / checklist process, employees should have all of their necessary initial orientation, safety, training and information needs addressed.

 

Induction is acknowledged as a foundation stone to smooth integration, early productivity and overall staff retention.

 

 

·  But just what should a good induction programme consist of?

·  Who should design and deliver it?

·   And how should outcomes and results be measured?

 

Onboarding

"Onboarding" refers to the processes in which new hires are integrated into the organisation. It includes activities that allow new employees to complete an initial new-hire orientation process, as well as learn about the organisation and its structure, culture, vision, mission and values.

 

Orientation

Induction is the process through which employees adjust or acclimatise to their new jobs and working environment. As part of this, 'orientation' can be used for a specific event that new starters attend, and 'socialisation' can describe the way in which new employees build working relationships within their new teams.

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