Orientation Programme 1.Orientation checklist, employee handbook and orientation program. 2.Communicate pride in the company by giving each new employee an item with the company logo on it. 3.Encourage communication, and a sense of importance, by inviting new employees to have coffee or lunch with the company owner or a senior manager.
Orientation Programme 4. Encourage new employees to sample the product and or service that the company sells (i.e. Some restaurants offer new employees a complimentary meal). 5. Reduce the stress of starting a new job by pairing new employees with a buddy (a more senior or experienced team member) that can help coach them through the first few weeks on the job.
Orientation Programme Here are some ideas to consider, when devising the orientation program: The MIND thinks in IMAGES… not WORDS! Repetition is Key… Repetition is Key… Repetition is Key. Employee is most excited on the first day of work. You need to keep that excitement alive for as long as possible!
Orientation Programme Games can provide for an informal and fun orientation.. For example:
Typically orientation conveys three types of info:
(i)General information about the daily work routine; (ii)A review of organization’s history, founding fathers, objectives, operations and product or services, as well as how the employee’s job contributes to the organization's needs; and (iii)A detailed presentation,perhaps,in a brochure, of the organization policies, work rules and employee benefits.