Orientation

The recruitment process does not end when:

a. We have completed the final test on newly hired employees

b. We have their offers of employment signed back to the company

c. They arrive for their first day of work

All our efforts and “best practices” in planning, recruiting, selecting and hiring will be for naught if these new employees are not properly oriented.  Research has shown that an effectively run orientation program can have a long-term positive impact on employees’ commitment and job performance.

The objective of orientation is:  through a process of company-directed education, coaching and experience, to socialize new employees positively in expected norms, values and behaviours that will contribute to the achievement of the company’s goals and provide for a fulfilling and satisfactory work experience


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