New Employee Orientation Template: Design and Template Tips
When creating a new employee orientation, there are many areas to consider from what important materials employees need to see before starting the new job through to policy acknowledgements, understanding safety content, safety procedures and check list items relating to their role and new workplace.
To make it easier designing your new employee orientation, we've created the below template to use.
Before they start their role: materials to collect
When a new employee is about to join an organisation, there's a number of common materials you might collect from them:
Emergency contact information
Evidence of training
Qualifications and certifications
Medical information that could affect the job
Typically, these areas might be captured on the first day of the new employee starting work but with an online orientation you could collect everything online and before they start work.
Once you have interviewed the candidate, you could even get them to do the orientation after the interview as part of qualifying whether the employee has the right materials and acknowledges the content and topics important for working at your workplace.
Try creating an online employee orientation here:
Common Topics for an Employee Orientation
The most common workplace topics to include range from a mix of safety and HR based materials. These ensure that workers understand what is important to work safe, stay safe, report safety issues and observations and understand and acknowledge important workplace topics and procedures.
Basic First Aid
How to report an incident
How to report a Hazard
Working in a confined space
Working at heights
Information Security Awareness
Code of conduct
Accident and Emergencies
Social Media in the Workplace
See how it all works from the above online form!
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