Dinesh Divekar
Business Mentor, Consultant And Trainer
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Dear Mohan,
You can design induction training for the newly recruited employees. The induction training will include roughly:
a) Company history
b) Company achievements
c) Vision, Mission, Values of your organisation
d) Organisation chart and where the newly recruited employee stands
e) Objectives of each department
f) Statutory awareness pertaining to his/her designation
g) Salary break up and rules of of tax deduction
h) Job description of that employee
i) KRA of that employee
j) Rules of employee discipline
k) Rules of employee leave, do's and dont's and general conduct
Dinesh Divekar
As per my understanding, the concept of training is purely different from the Induction programme. their objectives differs.
Before starting out any training programmes for employees, its very much necessary to access to what extent it adds value to the employee. It mainly depends on Job design and analysis. YOu have to design based on the requiremnt for what they are recruited for. it differs from company to company.
The ideal way of getting the training details is through Performance Management process (PMP) for experienced candidates. through this you can identify the training details and hence forth through the skill matrix identify the internal trainer (First priority), if not you can opt for External Trainers.
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