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Embedding New Employees (2)

Most employers recognise the fact that their staff are their greatest asset, and the right recruitment and induction processes are vital in ensuring that the new employee becomes effective in the shortest time.’ (ACAS 2010).  The probationary period enables continual professional development of employees in their first 6-12 months whilst keeping an eye on performance levels during the same.

During this session you will:

  • Decide business purpose for improved induction and probation
  • Review current induction and probation procedures
  • Develop an induction checklist
  • Create a feedback process for operational improvement

Effecting induction and probationary interviews

During this session you will:

  • Recognise factors that may distort perceptions of candidates
  • Plan and review an induction programme based upon clear, objective criteria
  • Apply key questioning techniques to gather sufficient, relevant evidence
  • Practice listening skills

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  1. Prices per session start from £500, for a tailored agenda, excludes handouts and workbooks
  2. Either session can be delivered as a webinar lasting 1 hour, with audience Q&As from £200
  3. This material can also be delivered as a series of coaching sessions over a period of 5 weeks via a one hour Skype or Google hangout

Make contact for a free initial telephone consultation without obligation.

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