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What are basics to understand Human Resources -PEOPLE ORIENTATION

general organization where when
person done check or follow-up query, comments or
induction training checklist responsible (when) evaluation action

1 Food and Tea, Mess services

2 Smoking areas and policy
3 overview
Organizational history and
4 background overview
5 Ethics and philosophy
6 Mission statement(s)
7 Organization overview and structure
8 Local structure if applicable
9 Departmental structure and interfaces
Who's who (names, roles,
10 responsibilities)
11 Site layout
12 Other sites and locations
13 Dress codes
14 Basic communications overview
15 Facilities and amenities
16 Pay
17 Absenteeism and lateness
18 Public Holidays in Libya
19 Sickness
20 Health insurance
21 overview
22 Grievance procedures
23 Time and attendance system
24 Security
25 Transport and parking
26 Grievance procedures
27 Discipline procedures
28 Career paths
29 Training and development
30 Appraisals
31 Mentoring
32 Awards and Incentives
33 reporting
34 Physical examinations, eye test etc.
35 aid
36 Accident reporting
37 Personal Protective Equipment
Use, care, and issue of tools and
38 equipment
39 Other housekeeping issues
40 General administration
41 Restricted areas, access, passes

job and departmental induction training checklist

Local departmental amenities,

42 catering, washrooms, etc.
Local security, time and attendance,
43 sickness, absenteeism, holidays, etc.
44 Local emergency procedures
45 Local departmental structure
46 Department tour
47 Departmental functions and aims
48 Team and management
People and personalities overview
(extremely helpful, but be careful to
49 avoid sensitive or judgemental issues)
50 Related departments and functions
How the department actually works
51 and relates to others
Politics, protocols, unwritten rules
(extremely helpful, but be careful to
52 avoid sensitive or judgemental issues)
The work-flow - what are we actually
53 here to do?
Customer service standards and
54 service flow
How the job role fits into the service
55 or production process
Reporting, communications and
56 management structures
Terminology, jargon, glossary,
57 definitions of local terms
58 Use and care of issued equipment
59 Work space or workstation
60 Local housekeeping PAGE -1
61 Stationery and supplies
Job description - duties, authority,
62 scope, area/coverage/territory
Expectations, standards, current
63 priorities
64 etc.
Use of job specific materials,
65 substances, consumables
66 Handling and storage
Technical training - sub-categories as
67 appropriate
Product training - sub-categories as
68 appropriate
Services training - sub-categories as
69 appropriate
70 Job specific health and safety training
Job-specific administration,
71 processing, etc.
72 Performance reporting
73 Performance evaluation
Training needs analysis method and
74 next steps
75 Initial training plans after induction
Training support, assistance, mentor
76 support
Where to go, who to call, who to ask
77 for help and advice
78 Start of one-to-one coaching
79 Training review times and dates
Development of personal objectives
80 and goals
Opportunities for self-driven
81 development
Virtual teams, groups, projects open
82 to job role
83 Social activities and clubs, etc.
84 Initial induction de-brief and feedback
85 Confirmation of next training actions
86 Wider site and amenities tour

other induction training activities for managerial, executive, field-based or international roles
87 Site tours and visits
Field accompaniment visits with
88 similar and related job roles
89 Customer visits
90 Supplier and manufacturer visits
Visits and tours of other relevant
91 locations, sites and partners
Attendance of meetings and project
92 groups
Shop-floor and 'hands-on' experiences
93 (especially for very senior people)
Attendance at interesting functions,
94 dinners, presentations, etc.
95 Exhibition visits and stand-manning
Overseas visits - customers, suppliers,
96 sister companies, etc.
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