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Induction involves familiarising a new employee with the organisation, their role and its responsibilities and to help them adjust and acclimatise to the new position and working environment.

Induction should not be seen as a one or two-day event, but rather as a process that extends out over a number of weeks or even months, to ensure that the employee is fully equipped and trained in order to maximise their performance, as well as engagement, as early as possible.

A well-planned and thought through induction can therefore greatly assist in the employee becoming a productive member of the organisation as soon as possible.

Our Induction Checklist can be used to assist in preparing for and undertaking the major tasks that can be involved in a typical induction.  It should however be adapted for relevance and suitability to the organisation and the position.

A well-planned and thought through induction can therefore greatly assist in the employee becoming a productive member of the organisation as soon as possible.

Our Induction Checklist can be used to assist in preparing for and undertaking the major tasks that can be involved in a typical induction.  The form should however be adapted for relevance and suitability to the organisation and the position.

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