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  • Why do I need to induct new employees?

    Online Safety Inductions for newly induct

    Whatever your industry or business type, induction is crucial safety part of introducing new employees to your company and their role, as well as the rules and regulations that govern it. Some companies view induction as a chance to welcome new employees, while others simply avoid the process altogether, expecting new…

  • The three induction phases of new employees

    Online Induction

    Workplace inductions are vital for introducing new employees to a company. During inductions they’ll learn how a company really works, who’s who in the firm and, most importantly, its safety procedures and processes. While the practical information regarding the operation of the organization is essential to ensuring ensure productivity from each new…

  • Six things you need to prepare for a new worker’s arrival

    job safety induction

    Whether they’re working in a hospital, construction site, a school or a traditional office, it is critical a new worker’s first introduction to your company be pleasant and professional. This first introduction is, typically, the pre-induction phase of your new employee’s work life with your company and, though Human Resources may…

  • Questions new employees would love to see

    Questions for Inductions kits

    Inductions for new workers have to cover a lot of ground, most of it serious – from bullying policies to security run-throughs. But one thing that can be overlooked in your inductions is the non-official information that will help their working day run that bit more enjoyably. Here’s some questions…

  • Probationary periods: What they are and how they work

    Online Induction and Probationary Periods

    So, you’ve just signed up with a new company but have been told your first three months will be a probationary period. What exactly does that mean and how will it affect you during (and at the conclusion) of that three months? Probationary periods are a fixed amounts of time that…

  • How to write a welcome letter to a new employee

    How to write a welcome letter

    How to write a welcome letter to a new employee Congratulations. You’ve found the perfect new addition to your team. One who will help your company continue to consolidate – and grow – its business. You’ve set the start date, put the HR wheels in motion and let the existing team…

  • Great ways to add pizzazz to an induction

    induction pizzazz

    We’ve already discussed many times just how important induction are , both to welcome people to your business and also to make sure they get up to speed as quickly as possible. That said, they can tend to err on the dry … dare we say it boring …. side?…

  • Five things to ask yourself when choosing an intern

    work experience and unpaid work

    When they come about for the right reasons, an internship can be a wonderful two-way journey. Sure, the major benefit lies with the intern, who enjoys a hands-on insight into a career they have in mind, but their ideas and enthusiasm can also rub off on their host, and potentially…

  • The different types of employees

    Employees different employment typestype Online Induction

    All employees are not created equally. And by that, we don’t mean factors such as their varied age and qualification. Instead, we’re talking about the different ways in which they can be employed. As in full-time versus part-time versus casual, all of which affect everything from their leave entitlements to…

  • Work experience and unpaid work responsibilities

    work experience and unpaid work

    Work experience and unpaid work: What are my responsibilities? Terms such as work experience, internship and student placement have almost become interchangeable in the modern workplace. And that’s because people hold the same understanding of them all – that someone looking to become job aware, or prove they are job ready, uses…