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Your Guide to Employee Induction

Updated: Jan 11

What have we covered?

  • Introduction to Employee Induction

  • The Pre-Induction arrangements

  • The Workplace Induction Checklist

  • Staff Removal and Re-location

  • Wrapping it up…

  • FAQs


Introduction to Employee Induction


Congratulations on your hired candidate! Now it’s time to welcome your newbies into your workplace. Here’s your guide to Employee Induction; an important part of this process.

Induction is the process of introducing your newly hired candidates to the company. This is the part that comes after the necessary paperwork.

This not only gives your new employee a chance to meet and greet the existing workforce, but also enables them to get comfortable with their upcoming work environment.


Your Guide to Employee Induction

The Induction Ceremony should cover the following processes:


  • The employer and employee signing the employee agreement.

  • Provision in policy documents, induction manuals and workplace manuals.

  • An information document consisting of an overview of company’s goals.

  • Conduction of workplace tour

  • Introduction to team members, managers and other key staff

New employees should provide the following documents to complete the in-house forms to complete the first working day

The Pre-Induction arrangements

The Induction ceremony calls for a handful of pre-induction arrangements. We need to ensure that we are ready to bring in our new employee and there is no stone unturned in so.


A few pre-induction arrangements that are required from the manager’s side are:

  • Ensure that the workplace is ready to welcome a new employee. This includes the infrastructure of the given workplace.

  • Ensure that your existing employees are aware of the new employee.

  • A similar level of staff or employee should be assigned with the new employee as a “Buddy” to assist them under some circumstances.

preparations are not just expected from the host of the house, but also from the guest.

The new employees should provide the following documents to complete the in-house forms to complete the first working day; as a part of their pre-induction arrangement:


  • Birth Certificate

  • Proof of degree

  • New Employee Advice form

  • Tax file details

What should induction sessions cover?

The Workplace Induction Checklist

The workplace induction checklist is basically a form that includes all the necessary checkpoints that are required from the workplace point of view.


This Checklist consists of the few of the following categories:


  • Office- Availability of workstation, keys, building access, office number etc.

  • Desk- Functioning, cleaned, files orderly etc.

  • Computer- Access authorized, installation of the required software's, obtained login etc.

  • Telephone- Availability of telephone diary, telephone instructions etc.

  • Printing requirements- Letter heads, Business cards etc.

  • Staff notifications- Appoint brief buddy, arrangement of first staff introduction etc.

  • Stationery- Complete stationery checklist

  • Confirm with the appointee- Time of arrival, parking areas, place of arrival etc.

Staff Removal & Re-Location Includes

Staff Removal and Re-location


Staff Removal and Re-location are considered as one of the last resorts to safeguard an employee’s job. Re-location takes place one geographical locality to another.

This process is generally an option that is preferred for the senior citizens with executive level positions.


But removal or re-location is not just limited to:

  • Travel- Arrangements with the transport of employee and their family.

  • Removal- Arrangement of with packing up, insurance, transport and storage with personal effect.

  • Re-location- A range of Induction style services to assist the employee and their family to establish themselves to a new location.

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Wrapping it up…


The Induction Process of corporates is an essential part of the industry.

With hundreds of new employees being hired, their introduction to their new workplace is important as well as necessary. The guide to employee induction is the best way to kick start your new employee’s journey. And to make this experience even better, iBovi Staffing is here to get you through!

FAQs:


1. What are the pre-induction arrangements that are required from the company’s managers?

The pre-induction arrangements that are required from the company’s managers are:

  • Ensure that the workplace is ready to welcome a new employee. This includes the infrastructure of the given workplace.

  • Ensure that your existing employees are aware of the new employee.

  • A similar level of staff or employee should be assigned with the new employee as a “Buddy” to assist them under some circumstances.

2. What does the Workplace Induction Checklist consist of?

The Workplace Induction Checklist consist of:

  • Office- Availability of workstation, keys, building access, office number etc.

  • Desk- Functioning, cleaned, files orderly etc.

  • Computer- Access authorized, installation of the required software's, obtained login etc.

  • Telephone- Availability of telephone diary, telephone instructions etc.

  • Printing requirements- Letter heads, Business cards etc.

  • Staff notifications- Appoint brief buddy, arrangement of first staff introduction etc.

  • Stationery- Complete stationery checklist

  • Confirm with the appointee- Time of arrival, parking areas, place of arrival etc.

3. What does the Induction Ceremony process consist of?

Induction Ceremony process consist of:

  • The Employer and Employee signing the employee agreement.

  • Provision in policy documents, induction manuals and workplace manual

  • An information document consisting of an overview of company’s goals

  • Conduction of Workplace tour

  • Introduction to team members, managers and other key staff

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