For many businesses, Company inductions start from the day their new employee actually starts and normally lasts a set period such as a few days or a week.
For example, if you take a fabrication welding firm, the induction process for a mechanical engineer is going to differ somewhat from that of a personal assistant.
Your staff are one of your most important assets and it's important to make sure they are fully integrated into your business if you want to get the best out of them. Having a great employee induction plan in place is vital to this process.
You'll see that this helps boost staff loyalty and drive down staff turnover as all things that can have a positive impact on your company image and bottom line if they're in balance.
We will help your businesses get a process in place which introduces the new staff to their main roles and responsibilities. Depending on the organisation this might be a standard induction programme for all new hires but with variations, according to the area of the business, they are entering.
You can also start the onboarding process before the employee has even set foot in the door. This can include sending company information packs or welcome boxes, to keeping them informed about the process and letting them know what to expect.