Greatscope
Nlp Master Practitioner, Personal Effectiveness
Leolingham2000
Management Consultant
ShoOOonya
Student (mba) / Trainer
Umalme
Business Consultancy
Rameshbala
Service
Ashokchy
Agm-hr
Sourabh77
Sr Hr Professional
Sonali Misra
Hr Manager
Hemant
Hr Professional
Dasmanash
Head - Hrd

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Hi all,
I need to make a ppt for introducing all the new joinees to my company, while I have a brief idea of what all to include, can i get some specifics...I dont want to include too much info....want to keep it very simple but effective.
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Hi !
It's a good idea to have a induction ppt - KISS ( Keep It Short and Simple).
As i was inducted a few years back, i can give my views of what trainees expect :
1. What all is the company about ? Past , present and future.
2. A big focus on " What's in there for me " !
3. Some inputs which will make the candidates feel proud of being a part of the company.
4. Rules and regulations. Just a few major ones, rest can be known by the candidates through the black book.
5. who's who - top people of the company.
that's all we all expected from the induction ppt.
Hope you might find it useful...............

hi sonali
Induction Module depends on how long do you want it to be...
If it is half a day long
u can include following things
1. Oraganization's overview
2. Policy, Procedures (office admin, hr)
Regds
Indrayani

May be you may get help if you have any policy manual of your organization. Finally if you need an PP presentation I may help you if you give some relevant info reg your organization.
Thanks and best Regards
Shaki

Hi Sonali,
Why use PPT at all ? everyone is expecting (& bored sick) of PPTs.
What I did when I organized an induction for around 100 employees was to put them thru' an activity. I designed a Treasure Hunt . Divided all into groups, gave clues which led to a department( say admin). Every stage of the treasure hunt led them to a dept.
It was FUN & they learned a lot about the Co too.
The most interesting part for you ( as a HR person) attrition was minimal & morale post induction was sky high.
I'm a consultant helping organizations in recruitment, induction & training.
regards,
amruth
www.greatscope.com


Hi
For induction programme PPT you may
1.Collect Organization chart
2.Process Chart
3.material/ service movement chart
You may form cohesive groups if possible teams as they would be workigng in future. You may involve existing members as talent and write
a sript for induction in dialogue and discussion forms.
Through above instrument of script you can answer questions of new entrants(which you may know or make a quick survey and add from your and other experienced collegues information)
Decide whether it should be 1 hour presentation followed by some group activity, discussion and a QA session.
You may keep this open end and repeat with enhanced content after a week or suitable period depending upon the complexity of operations.
Once the new entrants are sort of settled, you may answer questions about career prospects, safety and welfare practices etc in detail.
I hope you find this useful
Prakash

Hey all you guys,
A big thanks to PS Phani, Shaki, Amruth and Prakash.....
For those who wanted more info on the ppt.... I intend to keep it only 15 minutes long...I have already included a slide on the nature of business, one slide on the origin, one on the key people, one on the future of the company and one on the general spirit/atmosphere of the organisation. I intend to follow that up with a talk from each of the hod's explaining one on one, the functions of their departments.
Does that sound ok..... Amruth's idea of a trasure hunt seems great.... hey amruth can you give me some more details on how to do this...

Hi Amruth,
I think your idea of the treasure hunting is great. It would be nice to conduct that in our company since majority of our staff are architects who always have a passion for creativity. I hope you can provide more details on the treasure hunting activity.
Thanks and regards,
Thelma

Hey to all viewers ,
Induction programme should be a following content,
1. History and culture of the organisation
2. rules and regulations
3. hygine and cleaningness
4. dress code
5.organisational chart etc.
murali krishnan

hi ...

I am doing my MBA from NITIE,Mumbai

I was part of the committee which took care of the INDUCTION of our juniors .... and we also had a whole week full of activities planned for them which included Introductions amongst themselves to introducing them to the LIFE at NITIE and the plethore of committees in which they could contribute and learn.

To introduce them to the CAMPUS and their Seniors, we used the Treasure Hunt.

The TH would take them around the campus and they would be interacting with their seniors to tackle the clues which pointed to various places of intwerest and significance in the campus. From the Library to class rooms to hostels and the mess.

In the corporate setting, clues could lead to Departments or Dept Heads who would give them a small one minute brief about themselves and their department as well as the clue to the next.

This also means that the various dept will get to see this 'fresh blood and energy' running around in the campus. A step away from the boring routine. Help can be taken from regular employees to help/conmfuse these new joinees.

Everyone has a lot of fun and at the same time gets comfortable with each other. It breaks down several communication barriers between regualr employees and new joinees. Level of communication improves due to familiarity.

Design of Treasure is typical. Customised to suit your organisation and the people you want to involve.

... shoOOonya ...


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