Induction is the process of introducing an employee or volunteer to a job and an organisation. The induction period is a time when individuals are keen to do well and the best time for ensuring staff understand the standards and requirements of their jobs. The quality of induction can determine the success of an appointment. In particular, if someone is not properly trained and coached, then problems may occur later. Poor induction damages the prospects of long-term retention and can contribute to staff turnover. This audit aims to help you assess and improve your approach to induction.
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