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Induction Process

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INDUCTION PROCESS

Induction is the process of acclimatizing a new employee to the new social setting of his work.

OBJECTIVE

  1. Familiarizing the new employee with his new surroundings and company rules and regulations – Company history products and major operations geography of the plant, structure of the organization and function of various departments. General company policy safety and accidents discipline and grievances, uniform and clothing and parking. Opportunity for promotional services available.
  2. Integrating his personnel goal with the organizational goals – Ultimate analysis, what is good for the company is also good for him.

ACTIVITIES

Group lectures individual interviews with key people and company films. To complete Induction Programme is generally. It is divided into two phases,

  1. Personal department
  2. Supervision

THE SUPERVISOR SHOULD FOLLOW STEPS:

Greeting the new comer cordially – Explaining the importance of the job in relation to other job.

Displaying a personal interest in the new comer – Introducing the new comer to the rest of the work team.

Reviewing his terms of employment – Telling the new comer his duties

Giving additional information – Selecting a person who can arrest the new comer on the job

Showing the new comer around – following – up frequently

INDICATORS OF FAULTY INDUCTION:

Low morale, Low productivity, more accidents, requests for transfer absenteeism and various sorts of complaints.

ADVANTAGES OF INDUCTION:

  1. To build-up a two way channel of communication between management and workers.
  2. Proper induction facilities relations and team work among employees.
  3. Effective induction helps to integrate the new employer into the organization and to develop a sense of belonging.
  4. Induction is helpful in supplying information concerning in organization the job and employee welfare facilities.
  5. Proper induction reduces employee grievances.
  6. A company is taking a sincere interest in getting him a good state.
  7. Induction helps to develop good public relation.
    1. Human side is the most important part of orientation. Therefore first of all the new employee should be introduced to the people with whom he will work – his colleagues, superiors and subordinates.
    2. Make the new employee aware of the general company.
    3. Orientation should be a gradual process.
    4. Answer any questions and clarify any doubts that the employee may have about the job and orientation.
    5. Provide on the job instructions and councelling.
    6. Keep in close touch with the employee to check back how he is doing and offer help if required.
    7. Allow reasonable time to adapt to the new work environment and job demands.

HOW TO MAKE INDUCTION EFFECTIVE:

  1. Human side is the most important part of orientation. Therefore first of all the new employee should be introduced to the people with whom he will work – his colleagues, superiors and subordinates.
  2. Make the new employee aware of the general company.
  3. Orientation should be a gradual process.
  4. Answer any questions and clarify any doubts that the employee may have about the job and orientation.
  5. Provide on the job instructions and councelling.
  6. Keep in close touch with the employee to check back how he is doing and offer help if required.
  7. Allow reasonable time to adapt to the new work environment and job demands

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