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It's totally understandable, that when you've taken on a new member of staff, you want them in position, doing their work and showing a return on your investment as soon as possible.

I get it, but spending some time on an Induction for each new member of staff will mean higher levels of productivity & performance, and certainly less risk for an organisation.

Every new member of staff needs direction, they need to know about their employer, and they need to understand what's expected of them.

Missing out on an induction is like buying a car, keeping it in neutral and expecting it to get you to where you want to be and also on time. There's no way that's going to happen, and it's exactly the same with a member of staff.

Without a clear induction, there is just so much that can go wrong, which could put your reputation and even your business at risk. And if you don't cover your legal obligations as an employer, then that's a whole bunch of additional risk for you.

Feel free to use our Induction Template as a guide when taking on new starters. It will help to make sure they have the best possible start, and are heading in the right direction; it will reduce the risk of problems building, and it will help you to meet your obligations too.

Induction Checklist
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If you need help with planning inductions for your own organisation, please contact the helm team at:

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