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Your recruitment process will only be complete once you've done this one thing...

by , 31 October 2014
After stressful weeks of preparation, sifting through hundreds of CVs, interviewing candidates and doing thorough background checks on applicants, you've found the perfect candidate who meets the job requirements and he's accepted your job offer.

You're pleased about completing your recruitment process on time and successfully. You're even filing away all the records of the recruitment, interview and hiring process.

We hate to be the bearer of bad news, but your recruitment process isn't complete yet. There's one thing you haven't done.

Read on to find out what it is so you can ensure your new employee hits the ground running and is more productive quicker.


Here's the one thing you must do to ensure your recruitment process is complete

 
Your recruitment process will only be complete once you conduct induction training.
 
That's right.
 
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.

 
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Some of the important elements to include in your induction training or plan are as follows

 
  • Company related information;
  • Department information;
  • Individual job requirements; and
  • A 'buddy system' to orientate new employees to your company.

It's also a good idea to follow up with new employees once they're done with the more formal aspects of the training.
 
You can have a chat about how they're fitting in with your company culture, if they have questions about the job and the company. In addition, assess if they're meeting your expectations and give them feedback.
 
The bottom line: Your recruitment process will only be complete once you conduct induction training. So make sure you induct new employees correctly into your company they'll be more productive and effective quicker.
 
PS: Check out the Practical Guide to Human Resources Management to find out how to compile each element of your induction. The guide will also give you a checklist to guarantee successful induction.


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