eagertolearn6 Started The Discussion:
Hi Everyone!!
I am looking for some information regarding the onboarding activities for new employees in a company. What is the procedure?
Can anyone explain the procedure in detail?
What activities typically form a part of onboarding in large mnc companies?
Please do come forward with any information that you may have on this topic.
I welcome any kind of contribution - big or small.
Awaiting your reply.
11th March 2011 From India, Kochi

Hello Murali
On Boarding programmes are in fact the whole joining formalities for a new joinee. It includes activities like;
1. Collecting the necessary papers from the candidates such as academic certificates,experience certificates,id proofs etc
2. Filling up ESI,PF forms
3. Issuing offer letter,Id cards etc.
11th March 2011 From India, Kolkata
The on-boarding is coupled with induction and orientation program. It entirely depends , how your organization wants the employees to be groomed and trained. Ideally this is a phase which begins the stage of learning and unlearning. Hence every activity is drawn keeping that in mind.
  1. There are administrative based activities including generating employee id's , I-Cards and etc
  2. HR Activities such as filling of forms , HR Policies and benefits
  3. Finally Training which includes culture building through presentation, leadership address and different training games and team based project to help the employees understand their new organizations.
You may read the attached article for a view to what it requires to be New Hire Integration <link updated to site home> ( Search On Cite | Search On Google )
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11th March 2011 From India, Mumbai

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