HR Induction Training

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HR Induction Training
Employees learn about safety procedures during induction training. (sign. first aid sign image by L. Shat from Fotolia.com)

HR induction is the process of preparing new employees to work. Induction training covers different aspects of HR induction, such as health insurance enrolment. Induction training can take place over a few hours or days.

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Benefits

Employees enrol in different benefits once they are hired. This includes signing up for health insurance, direct deposit for paychecks and parking permits. Each benefit requires different information from the employees, such as mailing addresses and bank account numbers.

Safety

HR induction training also introduces safety procedures to teach new employees how to stay safe at work. Topics include basic first aid and proper lifting techniques.

Effectiveness

Surveys ask employees to rate the helpfulness of the induction and list any other questions they may have about work. HR uses this information to improve future induction training sessions.

Company Structure

New hires learn how the company hierarchy is set up and where they fit in. They learn who reports to them and who manages them.

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