Mohd Nazim Hussain
Definition of induction
The process of receiving and welcoming an employee
when he first joins a company and giving him the
basic information he needs to settle down quickly and
happily and start work.
- Michael Armstrong
To reduce natural shyness and nervousness.
To reduce labour turnover and absenteeism.
To develop the sense of belonging and loyalty.
To maintain cordial relationship.
To provide necessary information.
To give a clear understanding of their roles and
Components of an induction
Explain the company culture.
Clarify policies such as leave (sick, holiday and special).
Pay (how often and how - cash, cheque or direct
Daily work routines.
Workplace Health & Safety overview.
Introduction to workmates.
Location of departments.
What happens without an
Poor integration into the team.
Loss of productivity.
Failure to work to their highest potential.
Additional cost for recruiting a replacement.
Damage to the company's reputation.
Decreases the chances of
NON EFFECTIVE INDUCTION
Increase the attrition.
Makes employees more
Demoralizes the new
Makes positive impact.
Possesses negative impact.
Increase the cost.
Increases team work.
Reduces team work
Human Resource Management