Ankitakohli
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Catalyst
Assistant Manager Training
Dubaihr
Human Resources Consultant
Contactreena
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Gargishetty
Hr Manager
Radhikajain5
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Thread Started by #Gargishetty

Hello Everybody,
Requesting members to send me a draft on an Induction Program for freshers. Our company is into Software development.
Besides keeping sometime aside for company introduction and filling out necessary forms . What else can we include. I have a rough idea what to do but i would like to have more thoughts. ( lots of time will go in each member of various tech team and dept giving talks )
Looking forward you our valuable suggestions.
Thanks & Regards
Gargi
16th July 2007 From India, Bangalore
hi gargi,
How you?
YOu can share with them the Topics which we have in the PPT to make it precise & covering more topics.
Topics like time management, Motivation, 5s, Learning,Stress management, listening & communication,Hierarchy.
I think this will help them into orientation prg.
Regrads
Mony
16th July 2007 From India, Indore
Hi,
You can consider these topics for induction session...
Welcoming new joiners
Introduction to Company
Mission, Vision and Values
HR session
Introduction to different Service Lines/LOB
IT Helpdesk
Finance
Form Filling
Insurance
Admin
Office tour
Closure
Hope it adds value...
16th July 2007 From India
hiiiiiiii Here you are
17th July 2007 From United Arab Emirates, Dubai

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Hi Gargi,
I agree to what Mr.Catalyst have to say,
Infact you may also include work timings , over view of each department's functions , dress code , otehr joining formalities, etc.
Hope this helps.
Regards,
Reena

17th July 2007 From India, Mumbai
Hi Reena, Read the presentaion made by you for Induction. Its really very informative. Regards, Radhika
17th July 2007 From Singapore, Singapore
Few tips for you

INDUCTION PROCESS

Induction Training is absolutely vital for new joinees in an organization. Good induction training ensures new starters are retained, and then settled in quickly and happily to a productive role.

It's about the basics like: what the shifts are; where the notice-board is; what's the routine for holidays, sickness; where's the canteen; what's the dress code; etc. New employees also need to understand the organisation's mission, goals and philosophy; personnel practices, health and safety rules, and of course the job they're required to do.

Professionally organized and delivered induction training is our new employees' first proper impression of us and our organization, so it's also an excellent opportunity to reinforce their decision to come and work for us.

We would also take the opportunity of involving our existing staff in the induction process. We will have them create and/or deliver sessions, do demonstrations, accompany, and mentor the new joinees wherever possible. This can be helpful and enjoyable for the existing staff members too, and many will find it rewarding and developmental for themselves. However, when involving others, we need to ensure that the delivery and coverage is managed and monitored properly.

Good induction training plans should feature a large element of contact with other staff for the new person. Relationships and contacts are the means by which organizations function, get things done, solve problems, provide excellent service, handle change and continually develop. Meeting and getting to know other people are essential aspects of the induction process.

GUIDE

Introduction

HR is committed to providing a quality Induction experience to all the staff members joining Artech. The use of an effective induction process, is therefore, critical.

The Induction process will give individual members of staff the opportunity to:

バハUnderstand the organisation in terms of it。ヲs mission, vision, objectives, its business and

its culture.

バハEstablish effective working relationships with their customers, colleagues and their line

manager.

Why Does Induction Matter?

Think of a BAD induction- what are the likely consequences?

バハFor the person 。V stress and de-motivation. Arriving for a new job a bad induction can

leave a new starter worried, anxious and unable to perform their duties.

バハFor the team 。V more work for longer as their new colleague struggles to become an

effective team member.

バハFor the manager 。V an increased workload, managing the service with under-strength

team and trying to support the new starter.

バハFinancial 。V losing a new member of staff and having to replace them costs about 25% of

their salary/wage

バハFor service quality 。V clients may notice a drop in standard, errors etc., with rising

levels of dissatisfaction and/or complaint.

バハFor the organisation 。V all the wrong messages given to the new hire can have damaging

long-term implications.

A good Induction overcomes all these issues.

Making Induction Work

This brief guide is provided to aid any manager, directly or indirectly involved in the induction of a new starter, to ensure that the introduction of these staff into the local unit is

completed as smoothly and efficiently as possible. There must however be a positive commitment from the manager - in order to optimise the potential that the induction process can offer.

Every new joinee will be issued with an Induction Kit.

The Induction Kit

This is a folder prepared prior to the new joinee's arrival and contains important information that the new joinee will need to know along with a notepad and pen.

The Check List

The Check List is provided, within the Kit, to aid both inductor and inductee as an aide-memoire in order to ensure that all relevant core issues are covered at Induction. The list is not comprehensive nor is the completion of every section compulsory as there may be sections not relevant to particular types of staff. Its use is however considered to be an integral part of the Induction process.

PROCEDURE

Before they arrive.

1. Arrange for an Induction Kit in coordination with the respective Department :

Company。ヲs Folder.

Company Introduction.

Extension List and Contact Information

Code of Conduct

Notepad

Pen

2. Decide who will be involved with each part of the Induction 。V trainer, other managers/

supervisors, other staff.

3. Identify a representative 。V someone who will look out for the new joinee and coordinate

for the completion of Joining Formalities.

4. Make sure all staff involved are clear what their responsibilities will be.

5. If appropriate make sure that a work place is available.

6. Check with the Induction presentation if the same needs to be updated.

7. Go through the checklist. Have a plan for what needs to be covered, when and by whom.

8. Put the standard 。ァwelcome note。ィ in the reception for New Joinees.

When they arrive

1. Accompany the new joinee from the reception and guide him/her to the induction room.

2. Verbally welcome them to the company.

3. Joining Formalities to be initiated by the concerned representative.

4. Explain the check list 。V how it is used to make sure all their key needs are met.

5. Explain the Induction Feedback forms and times.

6. Agree a time to discuss any training needs they might have as a new member of staff.

During Induction

1. Use an Ice Breaker exercise to help them introduce themselves.

2. Keep in contact 。V don。ヲt assume that things are fine - ask them.

3. Go through the induction presentation, covering all areas, which an ermployee needs to

know when he/she joins the company.

4. Organize for session。ヲs wherin representatives from different departments would address

them.

5. Ask that they complete and forward the Induction Feedback forms at the end.

6. Thank all the staff involved in delivering the Induction.

7. A welcome mail to be sent by one of the HR representatives to all the employees.

8. Start introducing them to the work environment and their new colleagues.

CHECKLISTS

1 Welcome Note have been displayed at the reception.

2 Front Officer informed about the new joinees to arrive along with the time.

3 Induction Kit ready for each participant.

4 Availability of workplace for induction ensured.

5 New Joinees attended as soon as a call comes from reception of their arrival.

6 Verbal Welcome and coordination of Joining Formalities by concerned person.

7 Coordination with representatives from departments for addressing new hires.

8 Information given to new hires as per induction presentation.

9 Induction Feedback form explained to new hires and make sure the same is filled.

10 Welcome mail sent for new hires to all the employees

1 Company Introduction

2 Mission statement

3 Lines of Business

4 Locations

5 Client List

6 Who。ヲs Who in Top Management

7 Organization Structure

8 Awards and Recognition

9 Opportunities at Indosys

10 Leave Policy

11 Festival Holidays

12 Attendance Policy

13 Food Policy

14 Internet and Email Policy

15 Performance Appraisal Policy

16 Salary Disbursement Details

17 Probation and Notice Periods

18 List of Benefits

19 Training and Development at Indosys

20 Information of HODs of various departments

21 Code of Conduct

22 Extension List and Contact Information

23 Sessions by representatives from support departments

Regards

Ankita Kohli
20th July 2007 From India, New Delhi
@ankita kohli
Dear Ma'am,
your above description is really effective. I have gone through many videos regarding Induction/Orientation/onboarding but these HR guys explaining but its boring. no clarity regarding content. I appreciate your description and thanks for guidaance.
26th June 2017 From India, Sonipat
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