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49294441 induction-and-orientation

  1. 1. INDUCTION AND ORIENTATION
  2. 2. DEFINITION
  3. 3. ´Induction is the process of receiving and welcoming employees when they first joint the company and giving them the basic information they need to settle down quickly and happily and start workµ. By Michael Armstrong
  4. 4. MEANING
  5. 5. New employees are welcomed and introduced to company practices and policies.
  6. 6. First step in building a two way relationship between the organization and the employee.
  7. 7. Make them familiar with their job
  8. 8. OBJECTIVES OF INDUCTION
  9. 9. To intimate them about the Mission, Aims and Objectives of the Company.
  10. 10. Provides Information.
  11. 11. To generate interest.
  12. 12. Clarify roles and responsibilities.
  13. 13. Introduction to workmates
  14. 14. ADVANTAGES OF INDUCTION
  15. 15. Employees learn the employer standards.
  16. 16. Helps to maintain rules of the organization
  17. 17. Structure of company made known to employees
  18. 18. Quality standards made known.
  19. 19. No chaos
  20. 20. Increase productivity
  21. 21. Reduces employee turnover
  22. 22. Eliminates anxiety in new employees
  23. 23. DISADVANTAGES OF INDUCTION
  24. 24. Untrained supervisors
  25. 25. Too much information in very less time
  26. 26. Might fail to give true reflection of the organization
  27. 27. Less personal
  28. 28. Generation of over excitement
  29. 29. ORIENTATION PROGRAMME
  30. 30. Orientation is a part of induction process.
  31. 31. Orientation refers to training event.
  32. 32. Reduce first day anxiety
  33. 33. Detailed introduction to each department
  34. 34. On the job training
  35. 35. METHODS OF ORIENTATION PROGRAMME
  36. 36. FORMAL ORIENTATION Formal orientation has a structured programme
  37. 37. INFORMAL ORIENTATION Informal orientation employees are directly put on job
  38. 38. INDIVIDUAL ORIENTATION Individual orientation preserves individual differences .
  39. 39. COLLECTIVE ORIENTATION Collective orientation is likely to develop homogenous views.
  40. 40. SERIAL ORIENTATION In serial orientation an experienced employee inducts a new hire
  41. 41. DISJUNCTIVE ORIENTATION In disjunctive orientation new hire do not have predecessors to guide them.
  42. 42. INVESTITURE ORIENTATION Investiture orientation seeks to ratify usefulness of characteristics that the person brings to the new job
  43. 43. DIVESTITURE ORIENTATION seeks to make minor modifications in the characteristics of new hire.
  44. 44. ADVANTAGES OF ORIENTATION PROGRAMME
  45. 45. To Reduce Startup Costs
  46. 46. Creates attentiveness
  47. 47. Helps observing interpersonal skills
  48. 48. Recognition of unknown Skills
  49. 49. To Reduce Anxiety
  50. 50. Training
  51. 51. To Save Time for the Supervisor
  52. 52. To Develop Realistic Job Expectations, Positive Attitudes and Job Satisfaction
  53. 53. DISADVANTAGES OF ORIENTATION PROGRAM
  54. 54. Orientation preparation
  55. 55. Scheduling
  56. 56. Setting up suitable place
  57. 57. Increase costs
  58. 58. WHAT HAPPENS WITHOUT AN EFFECTIVE ORIENTATION PROGRAMME
  59. 59. Poor integration into the team
  60. 60. Low morale, particularly for the new employee
  61. 61. Loss of productivity
  62. 62. Failure to work to their highest potential
  63. 63. IN EXTREME CASES
  64. 64. Additional cost for recruiting a replacement
  65. 65. Wasted time for the inductor
  66. 66. Lowering of morale for the remaining staff
  67. 67. Damage to the company's reputation
  68. 68. EXAMPLES OF ORIENTATION PROGRAMS
  69. 69. Self-Directed Employee Orientation Program New hires review a series of self-directed orientation materials The process is done under supervision convenient way to learn the basics of a company mission
  70. 70. Mentored Employee Orientation Program Peer mentoring to orient employees Senior employees responsible for training This process, again, save time.
  71. 71. Formal Employee Orientation Program Specific leaders assigned to guide Progress evaluated step by step Includes classroom training which might go on for a year Mainly for corporate sales professionals etc
  72. 72. META COPPER AND ALLOYS
  73. 73. Modern mill manufacturing copper and copper alloy(Brass) rolled flat products.
  74. 74. Is managed by team of experienced professionals.
  75. 75. Skills up gradation and human resource development is a priority activity in meta.
  76. 76. Deputy manager- Mr. Pradeep Gulati, arranges induction programme for all new employees
  77. 77. INDUCTION PROGRAMME
  78. 78. F:meta copper induction.docx

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