23 Aug 2018, 12:00 — 3 min read
Summary: An effective on-boarding or induction process enables a new team member to adjust to their job role and adapt quickly to the organisational culture. Human Resource (HR) expert, Shweta Ojha, lists out the features of a comprehensive induction programme, along with its benefits.
How many times have you thought that you would like to make the first day of the new employee in your organisation memorable and yet nothing changed. Surprisingly you are not alone and this often goes down in the priority list of most management and therefore lost forever.
A structured on-boarding process should start the moment it has been decided that the candidate is suitable for the organisation.
Key components of the process should be:
First day of employment (key responsibility of HR team)
How does this help the organisation?
Every organisation should value the new employees more than one gets excited on the arrival of a new car or a new gadget. Humans can add more value to an organisation than any gadget can.
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Posted byShweta Ojha
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