Induction Checklist for Managers

Here is a sample induction checklist for managers:

Before the new employee arrives:

  • Send a welcome email to the new employee, including details of their start date, time, and location.
  • Notify relevant staff members of the new employee’s arrival.
  • Prepare a workstation for the new employee, including necessary equipment and supplies.
  • Prepare an induction schedule and allocate responsibilities for different aspects of the induction process.

On the first day:

  • Provide a tour of the workplace and introduce the new employee to their colleagues.
  • Provide an overview of the organization’s mission, vision, and values.
  • Explain the new employee’s role and responsibilities, and provide a copy of their job description.
  • Provide an overview of the organization’s policies and procedures, including health and safety policies.
  • Explain the organization’s culture and expectations for behavior and performance.

During the first week:

  • Provide any necessary training and development opportunities, such as IT training or specific job training.
  • Review the new employee’s progress and provide feedback on their performance.
  • Encourage the new employee to ask questions and seek support when needed.
  • Establish goals and objectives for the new employee’s probationary period.

Throughout the probationary period:

  • Provide ongoing support and feedback to the new employee.
  • Conduct regular performance reviews to track progress and identify areas for improvement.
  • Provide opportunities for new employee to develop their skills and knowledge.
  • Ensure that the new employee is integrated into the team and feels supported and valued.

By following this induction checklist, managers can help new employees feel welcomed and supported in their new role, and set them up for success in the organization.

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