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Introduce your new employee at work with an onboarding process template

This new employee checklist template converted working with Lumiform is a thorough checklist of the employee onboarding process. It can be used to record documents and verify if policies, administrative procedures, tools, and position information were talked about and understood by the new employee.
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General Information
Employee ID:
Employment Status:
Onboarding Documents
Photo of employment contract:
Demand(s) status? -> Take photos of all documents
Employee handbook handover to new hired employee?
• Holidays
• Time and leave reporting
• Overtime
• Confidentiality
• Performance reviews
• Emergency procedures
• Leaves of absence
• Dress code
• Anti-harassment
• Vacation and sick leave
• E-mail and Internet use
• Progressive disciplinary actions
• Security
• Safety
• Personal conduct standards
• Visitors
• Mail (incoming and outgoing)
• Purchase requests
• Telephones
• Office supplies
• Keys
• Building access cards
• Picture ID badges
• Office/desk/workstation
• Conference rooms
• Shipping
• Expense reports
• Access tools
• Email
Facility tour (restrooms, pantry, meeting rooms, parking, printing station, clinic, emergency exits, and storage room)
Introduce the employee to department staff and key personnel during the tour.
• Review initial job assignments and training plans.
• Review job description and performance expectations and standards.
• Review payroll timing, time cards (if applicable), and policies and processes.
• Review job schedule and hours.
• Introductions to other team members.
Additional training need
Full Name and Signature of the Employee:
Full Name and Signature of the HR Representative:
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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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