HR Clinic: InductionPosted in : HR Updates on 6 December 2010
“We had had some feedback that our induction is making it difficult for employees to settle in and get up to speed as quick as we think they should. Have you any tips on making our induction process more effective?”
There are a great many benefits to getting the induction of new employee’s right, including quicker integration, more rapid delivery of required levels of performance, higher retention rates and the ability to reinforce organisational culture, values and expectations at an early stage.
Your experience is backed up by research has shown that up to 13% employees leave within the first 6 months of employment. This is often attributable to a new recruit’s failure to ‘connect’ with
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