Dear All,
Kindly help me in providing guidelines to set up an Induction Process. I am associated with a Consulting Firm working in the area of Logistics/Supply Chain.
We do have a joining kit, which states the various information that a joiner may provide and also the various forms (like PF, Insurance, Investment etc) that he may fill. Please let me know what else to incorporate in this procedure.
Thanks in advance for your valuable inputs

From India, Delhi
Dear Pavitra, Please take a look at the attached document. Hope it helps. Regards, ~Raghav V
From India, Kochi

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Dear Pavitra,
you need to categorize the Induction into two parts :
1. Org Induction - Joining , HR policies, meeting key people, knowing the product and seeing the production/office, and knowledge of the other departments
2. Functional Induction - All about the things the incumbent needs to know about the work that he needs to do ...make a seperate Induction prog for Sales/Marktng/Production/HR/Fin. etc ...
The theme line should be to tell all 20% things which he needs at 80% of the time ..
trying thinking on these lines as your requirement would be very customized....
regards,
Vaibhav

From United States, Somers
Dear Raghav ,
it helped me a lot too. i appreciate your attachment. one can mould this flow chart according to the company trend and use it accordingly.
thanks a lot.
Thanks,
Nipuna :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

From India, Delhi
Dear Pavitra ,
The other forms that you can include in the joining kit can be Employee Personal Information form which could include personal details of the employees in regards to their contact details, educational & work exp details. The other forms could beId card Requistion form , gratuity form , NDA form (Non-Disclosure Agreement form ) & bank acct opening form.
Regards
Aparna
HR professional

From India, Gurgaon

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