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Do these three things to ensure Kate's induction training is successful

by , 03 November 2014
You're excited because your recruitment process is drawing to a close.

Kate has made the cut. She's the perfect candidate and she accepted your job offer after you sent her an offer of employment letter.

You now have to deal with her induction training.

Keep reading to discover the three things you must do to ensure Kate's induction training is successful.


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Three things you must do to ensure Kate's induction training is successful
 

#1: Plan
 
You must plan in advance for an induction programme or training.
 
This, according to commlabuniversity.com ensures time isn't wasted and employees are actively engaged throughout the process. It also indicates that employees are valued as a resource and given importance that's due to them.
 
#2: Have an agenda
 
You must distribute a copy of the induction programme plan to your employees.
 
This ensures they know what to expect from the programme. It also helps them to list down queries they may have with any issues so they can raise them during training.
 
#3: Have an induction training checklist
 
You must have an induction training checklist to help you compile all the material you need.
This will also help you prepare for questions employees may have.
 
Induction training prepares new employees for their career with your company. If you have a well-planned induction programme, you'll reduce any uncertainty or apprehension that new employees face, says commlabuniversity.com.
 
Experts behind the Practical Guide to Human Resources Management share the same sentiments. They say if you induct new employees correctly into your company:
 
  • They'll be more productive sooner;
  • They'll know who to consult if they have problems;
  • You'll reduce CCMA referrals because employees know the rules, codes of conduct and company procedures; and
  • You can measure performance sooner because employees understand the job better and what you require.
 
So make sure you do these three things to ensure Kate's induction training is successful.


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