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Trainer’s Tip: Corporate Inductions


Neil Wilkins
Neil Wilkins shares some tips on what to include.

With regards to what you may like/should put into your corporate induction (in no particular order):

  • Welcome to the company
    (Welcome to the company and an overview of the Corporate Induction Programme.)

  • Health and safety
    (Fire evacuation, First Aid, Accident Reporting, Smoking Policy and any specific items related to roles within the organisation.)

  • The organisation itself
    (Tour of the office, Organisation Charts, Security, Car Parking, Telephone system, Computer systems, Data Protection, Products and Services.)

  • HR Policies
    (Absence and Sickness procedures, Working hours, Agreement for breaks etc, Holiday and Special Leave, Probation Criteria, Performance Management, Discipline and Grievance procedures, Internet and Email policies.)

  • Financials
    (Salary including payment method and dates, Tax and NI, Company Benefits, Expenses and Expense claims.)

  • Culture and values
    (Background of Culture and Values, Mission Statements, Any Quality Systems and the companies Customer Care Policy.)

  • Training
    (Company training policy, Development Plans, Professional Qualifications.)

Make the induction as interactive as possible and avoid ‘Death by PowerPoint’. It is important to remember that the Corporate Induction gives the new employees their first real insight to the company they have chosen to work for.

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