Handbook of Human Resource Management Practice

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Monday, October 12, 2009

Types of Induction




Types of Induction

Organizational induction: This is means the new employee is oriented to Vision, Mission, Goals, Strategies, Organizational Setup ad history and current states of the organization.

Department Induction: This means the new employee is oriented to the particular department where he or she will have to perform.

Job induction: the new employee is oriented to the job he/she is supposed to perform. He/she should learn the duties, responsibilities, working conditions of the job.

Human induction: the new employee is introduced to all the personnel with whom he/she will have to interact frequently.


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