Business & Economics

New Employee Orientation Training

Author: Karen Lawson

Publisher: Association for Talent Development

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 216

View: 367

A well-planned, comprehensive orientation program benefits both organizations and employees. Investing in new employees pays big dividends in performance, retention, and engagement. But does your training program cover the essentials of making new hires feel informed, prepared, and supported? Organization development authority and prominent trainer Karen Lawson has created comprehensive new employee orientation workshops to ensure organizational onboarding is done right for the benefit of all employees, regardless of job level or function. Her two-day, one-day, and half-day agendas include the resources trainers need to deliver practical, interactive sessions. Your workshop will help ensure that new employees integrate smoothly and effectively into their organization and its mission. You’ll also find tools and checklists developed specifically for busy supervisors and managers who conduct orientation in their departments.
Business & Economics

Successful New Employee Orientation

Author: Jean Barbazette

Publisher: Pfeiffer

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 200

View: 976

This third edition of the proven guide includes innovative ideas, program outlines, and interactive activities to engage, energize, and motivate your new employees and lay the foundation for their success in your organization. Flexible and fully customizable materials can be used in a variety of ways from designing a program from the ground up to adding zest to an existing program.
Business & Economics

Winning with New Employee Orientation

Author: Roberta Westwood

Publisher: American Society for Training and Development

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 16

View: 778

An effective new employee orientation program can mean the difference between a happy and committed employee, and a disgruntled and non-productive employee. This issue will show you how to get the most value out of new employee orientation training. It guides you through the process of designing and redesigning your organization's new employee training program so that it immerses employees in the organization's culture. You will also learn how to select the best blend of delivery methods for success.
Business & Economics

Perfect Phrases for New Employee Orientation and Onboarding: Hundreds of ready-to-use phrases to train and retain your top talent

Author: Brenda Hampel

Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 160

View: 539

THE RIGHT PHRASE FOR EVERY SITUATION . . . EVERY TIME Getting new employees up and running with the company is a highly challenging process. For true success, you need to have full command of the most appropriate language for the task. Perfect Phrases for New Employee Orientation and Onboarding contains hundreds of ready-to-use phrases for transitioning employees into their new roles. You’ll learn how to home in on employee engagement, support the building of work relationships, and deliver constructive feedback. This handy, quick-reference guide provides effective language for: Getting the most out of meet-and-greet meetings Defining company culture and employee expectations Coaching new employees with onboarding challenges Collecting onboarding feedback Onboarding a diverse workforce
Business & Economics

Successful New Employee Orientation

Author: Jean Barbazette

Publisher: Pfeiffer

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 112

View: 599

Create a dynamic, effective orientation program! The most common complaints about a new-employee orientation are that it is boring and overwhelming, or that nothing happens and the new person is left to sink or swim. The result is often a confused new employee who is not productive and is more likely to leave the organization within a year! Your orientation needs to be a planned welcome that reaffirms your hiring decision. Use this bestselling resource to meet orientation objectives such as: * Provide critical information and resources in a timely manner * Make the new employee independently productive quickly * Teach essential safety and job skills...and more! Successful New Employee Orientation will help you design or revise an orientation program that is effective and full of variety. It offers a wealth of suggestions and includes myriad checklists, examples, sample letters, activities, and evaluation forms. A CD-ROM with presentation slides and customizable forms is also included. Even if you're a novice, these user-friendly materials will help you create a vibrant orientation program that will make your new hires feel welcome and give them the resources they need to be confident when they start their new jobs.
Business & Economics

Creative New Employee Orientation Programs: Best Practices, Creative Ideas, and Activities for Energizing Your Orientation Program

Author: Doris M. Sims

Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 360

View: 844

New employee orientation is the most commonly offered type of training in organizations, yet very few books have been published on the topic. Creative New Employee Orientation Programs is filled with downloadable, customizable training games, sample curriculum, handouts, and checklists used in leading organizations such as Arthur Anderson, Ford, Micron, and Alcatel. Whether creating an orientation program for the first time, enhancing an existing program, or moving orientation on-line, HR pros will find ideas and tools they can use immediately.
Business & Economics

Creative Onboarding Programs: Tools for Energizing Your Orientation Program

Author: Doris Sims

Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 384

View: 149

Revised, expanded, and up-to-the-minute—the leading guide to serving the modern organization's onboarding needs It's a challenge overlooked by many: The need to bring recent hires into the fold, smoothly, effectively, and rapidly. And in this state-of-the-art multi-phased guide to integrating new employees into an organization, Doris Sims, longtime HR and onboarding guru again redefines the expectations of what effective HR training and succession management can do for your business. Fully updated with new case studies of best practices from successful companies, Creative Onboarding is the edge your business needs. The most complete resource for helping employees do their best work from the minute they first walk in the door, this book delivers an arsenal of high-end strategies and skills, including: Activities and checklists to help focus your onboarding efforts Advice on designing and implementing programs for employees at any level that mesh with existing organizational cultures The latest tools, technologies that create programs with impact Ways to measure results-and make positive adjustments on the fly In today's hyper-competitive business environment, seamless onboarding is an absolute necessity. And Creative Onboarding puts within easy reach the benefits of improved retention and performance, along with drastically reduced HR-related overhead. Topics covered include: Designing New Employee Onboarding: Companies Who Do it Right • New Tools and Technologies to Make Your Program Fun and Memorable • Onboarding New Managers • Onboarding FAQs • and more
Electronic dissertations

Development of an Effective New Employee Orientation Program

Author: Donald R. Wadewitz II

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Electronic dissertations

Page: 46

View: 129

The Division of Quality Assurance (DQA) requires new employees to attend a new employee orientation training program within their first year of employment. The current training program was implemented over two years ago. The DQA wanted to determine if the training program was meeting the needs of new employees and if the training program was helping new employees transition into their roles. A study was conducted to determine if the training program was aiding new employees in their transition and whether when they completed the training had an effect on how valuable the training was for the new employee. The results of the study determined that the training program was aiding employees in their transition. It also indicated that there were several modules that new employees would like to have available sooner in their employment.
Business & Economics

Creative New Employee Orientation Programs: Best Practices, Creative Ideas, and Activities for Energizing Your Orientation Program

Author: Doris Sims

Publisher: McGraw-Hill

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 360

View: 201

New employee orientation is the most commonly offered type of training in organizations, yet very few books have been published on the topic. Creative New Employee Orientation Programs is filled with downloadable, customizable training games, sample curriculum, handouts, and checklists used in leading organizations such as Arthur Anderson, Ford, Micron, and Alcatel. Whether creating an orientation program for the first time, enhancing an existing program, or moving orientation on-line, HR pros will find ideas and tools they can use immediately.

New Employee Orientation Guide

Author: Alisa R. Charles

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category:

Page:

View: 429

If you are looking for some new ideas for your new employee orientation program, here are 90 ideas you can use right now before your next new hire quits. With all the demands and ever changing priorities in Human Resources today, it can be difficult to dedicate the time to focus on the new employee orientation process. While many will agree that having a strong orientation program for new hires is important. It often times can fall through the cracks, thus leaving the new hire in some cases, left to orientate themselves. This guide will provide you with ideas that will: -Generate excitement and make your new employee feel good about their decision to join your company -Assist your new hire in learning the culture and values of your company quicker - Communicate expectations earlier in the process to ease anxiety and stress about starting with a new company -Make your new hire feel as they are already a valued member of the team Inside the New Employee Orientation Guide: 1) Several suggestions and ideas to assist you in ensuring you have the orientation BASICS covered. 2) Additional orientation ideas that are much more CREATIVE and will help your program go above and beyond in making your new hires feel welcomed. 3) Includes even BIGGER ideas that can transform your orientation process into the program you've always wanted it to be. Also included is a 6-step plan to assist you with implementing ideas that will work best for your organization.

Employee Perceptions of Quality Management

Author: Mesut Akdere

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 8

View: 553

This empirical study examines employee perceptions of quality management at three different time periods. New employees at a large United States manufacturing organization were surveyed regarding their perceptions of their organization's quality management practices before they attended a new employee orientation training, immediately after the new employee orientation training, and a month after the new employee orientation training. A description of the study, as well as findings and conclusions, are presented. (Contains 1 figure and 2 tables.).

New Employee Orientation Programs

Author: Jose M. Acevedo

Publisher: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 108

View: 153

While New Employee Orientation (NEO) programs have been shown to socialize newcomers and increase their knowledge, skills, and abilities, there has been little research on the way to go about developing an effective orientation program. This book is meant to explore ways to effectively develop a NEO program that both properly socializes and technically trains new employees. Findings show that a well developed NEO can enhance a newcomer's experience throughout their career and it contributes to the overall bottom line of an organization. A great deal of time and money is spent every year socializing and technically training employees, making sure this investment is well spent should be a central concern.
Employee orientation

New Employee Orientation/induction Training

Author: Kansas. Department of Health and Environment. Office of Personnel Services

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Employee orientation

Page: 25

View: 983

Business & Economics

Recruiting, Training, and Retaining New Employees

Author: Jack J. Phillips

Publisher: Jossey-Bass

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 324

View: 701

Beginning with an overview of the problems that occur when new graduates try to adjust to full-time employment, the book offers insights as to how this transitional process can be made more effective. They examine the role of college work-study programs in minimizing transition problems and present a seven-step model for an effective transition program--recruiting, preemployment education, orientation, education and training, adaptation, job assignments, and program evaluation. They also cover administrative aspects of a successful transition program. ISBN 1-555-42042-7 : $27.95.

Employee Perceptions of Vision and Leadership

Author: Steven W. Schmidt

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 6

View: 144

This empirical study examines employee perceptions of organizational vision and leadership at three different time periods. New employees at a large manufacturing organization were surveyed regarding their perceptions of their organization's vision and leadership before they attended new employee orientation training, immediately after new employee orientation training, and a month after new employee orientation training. A description of the study, as well as findings and conclusions, are presented. Questionnaire Items and Factor Loadings are appended. (Contains 1 table.).
Employee orientation

New Employee Orientation Program

Author: Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Employee orientation

Page: 72

View: 964

Business & Economics

Essentials of Management

Author: Andrew J. DuBrin

Publisher: South-Western Pub

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 522

View: 198

Essentials of Management, 4e is the perfect introduction to the basics of managing a business and its personnel. Using the functional management approach, the book covers planning and decision making, organizing, leading and controlling. It takes a "hands-on" approach to learning, applying its concepts to the real world, and covering the most current topics in management today. Critical-Thinking Cases. Author Andrew DuBrin is well-known for his rich management cases. This book includes cases that will reinforce key concepts and enhance critical-thinking skills. Enhanced Content. This edition contains greatly increased discussion of TQM, Customer Satisfaction, ISO 9000, benchmarking, the Baldrige award and related quality topics. A new chapter on Teams and Teamwork was added to this edition.