Inducting a New Joiner

This pack will help line managers understand the benefits of effectively inducting a new joiner with guidance on how to create a great first impression from day one.

Overview of the Purpose of the Guide

This Inducting a New Joiner Guide aims to inspire and support line managers, to understand the benefits of effectively inducting and on-boarding a new joiner.

The guide provides some insight into actions and activities that will help you to create a great first impression from the day you 'offer' someone the job and throughout the early weeks/months in role.

A good induction programme makes business sense, whatever the size of the organisation, and whatever the job. The length and nature of the induction depend on the complexity of the job, and the background of the new employee. One size does not fit all!

The term induction is generally used to describe the whole process through which employees adjust, or acclimatise to a new job and working environment.

This guide provides a comprehensive resource to the purpose of an induction plan, and what to consider before the new joiner arrives, through to the completion of the plan.

  • Benefits of an effective induction 
  • What to include in an Induction Plan 
  • How to structure an Induction Plan

In addition to the guide there are some useful supporting materials/templates (see below).

Summary of the Content of the Guide

The term induction is generally used to describe the whole process through which employees adjust, or acclimatise to a new job and working environment 

This Guide provides guidance and support on: 

  • The benefits of an effective induction - how a good induction programme makes business sense, whatever the size of the organisation, and whatever the job
  • Highlights some of the impacts of failing to get the induction right  
  • Provides practical aid/tools to help you build and execute an effective induction programme tailored to the needs of any new joiner. (The length and nature of the induction depend on the complexity of the job, and the background of the new employee. One size does not fit all!) 

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