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New Employee Induction Checklist

The first day of starting a new job is a stressful experience for many new employees. A new hire induction checklist can help provide much-needed structure and routine. Knowing what to expect can go a long way in easing some of the first-day jitters, so we advise you to share this document prior to the first day of orientation. Don’t forget to check out laptops and work phones, discuss the job description, and conduct a site tour and walkthrough.

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Date of commencement
Prior to commencement
Workspace setup
PC or iPad setup
Email setup
Employment - Day 1
Discuss and explain the employee handbook
Discuss job description
Obtain personal details form
Discuss probation requirements
Discuss confidentiality form
Obtain signed employee letter of employment
Explain the first months training plan
Copy of identifications
Acknowledge, acceptance, and understanding of the Employee handbook
Introduction Tour
Introduce to Staff
Tour of office
Fire evacuation plans and meeting points
Local transports / Parking / cafes / shops
Occupational Health and safety
Explain the procedures
Company Equipment
Received laptop in good condition
Received mobile phone in good condition
Take employee photo
Understand company mission statement
I declare that I understand and accept Mariana Shippings terms, conditions, policies
Sign here
Select date
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Set Your New Hires Up for Success with an Employee Induction Checklist

Introducing new employees to a company can be a time-consuming process. However, by creating an employee induction checklist, you can ensure that every new hire receives the same introduction to the company culture, policies, and procedures. An induction checklist typically covers everything from office tours to introductions to key team members, job training, and the completion of necessary paperwork.

The checklist can also include information about the company’s mission, values, and history, as well as an overview of its products and services. In addition, the checklist may cover topics such as workplace safety, security protocols, and compliance requirements. By providing new hires with a comprehensive induction, you can set them up for success and help them feel welcome and supported in their new role.

A new employee induction checklist can be tailored to your company’s unique needs and should be regularly reviewed and updated as necessary. By investing time and effort into your new hires’ onboarding process, you can build a more engaged and productive workforce.

Please note that this checklist template is a hypothetical appuses-hero example and provides only standard information. The template does not aim to replace, among other things, workplace, health and safety advice, medical advice, diagnosis or treatment, or any other applicable law. You should seek your professional advice to determine whether the use of such a checklist is appropriate in your workplace or jurisdiction.
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