Induction will be a one-day program aimed at giving new employees an overall perspective of the Company. The program will start with an ice breaker (if there are more than four candidates). This is an informal session with the candidates, conducted by the Administration team.
The candidates will also be given an Induction docket to introduce them to the Company. The Induction Docket contains the following information:
1.Welcome letter from the Administration team
2.Profile of ---company
3.Brief on the ---- industry
4.Organizational structure of the Company
(The employee can retain copies of the above).
5.List of forms to be filled in/ to be submitted by the employee. (This will be collected from the candidate and filed in separate employee files).
Details of nomination, transfer of PF, gratuity, superannuation, medical insurance (if applicable), personal accident insurance, premiums, etc. from previous organization.
Medical Fitness certificate (when approved)
Application for Identity card (when approved)
Bank account opening form (when approved)
Pen and note pad.
6.All new employees will read the Employee’s Manual (Reference Copy). This will necessarily be during the Induction period, as an introduction of the policies/guidelines available and applicable to them.
7.The Administration team will take the employee around the premises, introduce them to the rest of the employees, acquaint them to the facilities available to them and assign them to their immediate superior.
8.The immediate superior will brief the new employee about the job function, responsibilities and co-ordinate with Administration to provide any training that the new incumbent would need to perform their job.
9.The Administration team will also arrange for the new incumbent to meet the President & CEO, preferably on their first day.
10.The induction will be reviewed one week after joining to see the incumbent is settled in the function and to provide any further assistance s/he may require. (Induction feedback form).