Anonymous
Dear All.............
Iam working in to T& D dept..... also handle induction programme for new joinees...... i need to know the mindset of the new comers ...... any way ....plz suggest..
Thanks in advance!!!!!!!!!

From India, Hyderabad
Hi, Please furnish some more details regarding your query so that we can help you out.
From India, Delhi
just prepare a questionnaire and put all questions, which you want to know, in that questionnaire and take a survey
From Pakistan, Karachi
Mind set differs from Age group. During induction program you should be thorough
with your comapny's programmes and functions in which area you are imparting
training. Getting feed back also important for you as this will help in correcting
yourself for future training programmes.
D.SUBBA RAO

From India, Visakhapatnam
Dear All, When i interact with them i want to know their stability and rate of grasping skills which would be useful in further evaluation at the time of appraisal.
From India, Hyderabad
Induction programs are conducted to give knowledge to a new joinee about the function of various department and standard operating procedures to be followed.
The purpose is to make the new joinee understand that this how everybody need to work and perform with the daily routine task. Apart from this how other department and details about organisation is shared with new joinee's
You cannot judge anybody's mind-set in first training itself. After induction probably you can test for the interview as to how much they have understand based on what is brief in the induction.

From India, Mumbai
Dear follower,

You have put up a very general question about mind set of new joiners. I understand that you are talking about new recruits.

First of all it is but obvious that their age group is in between 20 to 25. They have just passed out their Bachelors Degree/Diploma as per the requirement of the post.

So, since they were basically students uptill now, they will be having mind that of a student who is studious, boyish, playful, knowing nothing about your organization, its mission, its vision, rules, regulations, service conditions etc. etc.

Hence first of all you have to make him aware that from now onwards he is no more a student. He has been offered the job due to his potential. Now he has to prove himself. Then make him know about mission, vision, rules, regulations, service conditions, Standing Order provisions etc. one by one so that he gets involved into main stream. You can arrange for site visit during induction training. Training period should not be less than of 2 weeks.

However, there is no water tight compartment which will fit as to how induction training should be given to new comers. It is upto the higher management and training department how they synchronize and arrange the training so that the new entrant gets involved into main stream as soon as possible. Treat them like your family members, your dear ones, listen to their genuine problems, if any. If rules permit, you can even talk to their parents and make them sure that their kids are in good company and with good people.

Hope this will help. We do some similar practices in our organization.

Good Luck

AK Jain

HR Personnel

NCL, CIL

From India, Jabalpur
hi
i agree with Arun Jain.
You should be serious about your induction program. it should be informative and the new joinee should see a lot of value for himself/herself in it.
Post induction also there has to be a lot of handholding with the new joinees.
it is better to assign someone who has recently undergone an induction training but now a regular employee to 2-3 new joinees and a Mentor who can help them deal with future work related problems.
Once the new joinee settles in and in the future has to deal with seniors this early interaction with facilitate cooperation.
i suggest you check out best practices in companies that have an intact induction training.
Regards
Rekha Rau
Partner
Job Studio

From India, Chennai
Dear All,
Thanks for all of the replies.............

At my company we generally dont hire people between 20-25, only experienced engineers with min 5+ yrs are taken up.... So they have a lots of stability issues....so just want to take up a questionnaire in this regards.
Thanks in Advance!!!!!!!

From India, Hyderabad
Dear All,
I agree in toto with our respected member Mr. Arjun Jain.
Further as far the views mentioned by vasavinarender, I would like to state that even you are recruiting experienced person, induction is a must by way introducing HODs of the departments and interaction with the subordinates of the functioning of the various departments enable a new joinee to understand the operations of the company before putting his efforts for the role he has been selected.
Hope members will agree
Regards.
Ravi

From India, Mumbai

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