When you hire a new employee, you must make sure he knows how your company runs. This is an important part of your induction process to help him fit in and find his feet.
But do you know exactly which policies to include in your induction process. With so many policies and procedures to tell new employees about, you need a way to check each one off.
And that's where this handy employee induction checklist comes in...
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Here's your perfect company information induction process checklist
- Company history and background;
- Values and goals;
- Mission statement(s);
- Company structure;
- Who's who (names, roles, responsibilities);
- Smoking areas and policy;
- Dress code policy;
- Basic communications overview;
- Facilities and amenities;
- Pay structure
- Absenteeism and lateness;
- Holidays/annual leave policy; and
While these are only 14 of the 34 items you need to cover during your employee induction
, they're the most important for the following reason…
Your 57 assistants for new employees are on stand-by
Your office manager Jenny has resigned. You're now faced with recruiting her replacement, and compiling his job description. It's a simple copy-and-paste from Jenny's, right? Wrong! Jenny's been with company for twenty years and her employment contract didn't include half of the company policies you've implemented in recent years.
Here's what's so important about these 14 items in your induction process
These items are important because they affect and influence your employee's daily life in his new office.
For example, if he gets sick in the first week of working for you, he'll need to know how your sick leave
policy is structured. But your long standing service award policy isn't as important for him to know about of the first day of the induction