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Recruitment documents ❭ Induction document templates

Induction is an essential part of on boarding your new recruits and familiarising them with your organisation. Getting the induction process right can help you get new employees up to speed and productive as quickly as possible.

Having a comprehensive, structured induction process has been shown to play a big part in improving long-term staff retention.

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Induction guide

This document gives pointers on what is important to deliver as part of an effective induction process. This will ofetn be different for different Companies and organisations, but there are CORE elements that should always be delivered.


£5.00

Induction line manager responsibilities guide

This document is used for guidance for line managers to work through an induction process for new members of staff.


£4.00

Induction program checklist form template

This document is used as a checklist to record key stages of a new employee commencing work with a Company, such as meeting key staff, completing important documentation or contracts, and understanding Company/department value


£5.00

New starter personal details form template

 A simple form to capture key details of the new joiner, so that important information is obtained.


£4.00
Recruitment template pack

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The 4 Induction document templates below can also be purchased as part of my Recruitment template pack.

Exit interview documents

By performing an exit interview with an employee before they go, you’ll have an opportunity to get honest feedback about positive and negative experiences, identify potential areas of opportunity for increasing employee retention, identify opportunities to improve engagement, and get valuable insight to help hire their replacement

Employee referencing documents

References are an incredibly important factor of recruitment for one main reason; they validate (or not) what the candidate has put on their CV and told you during selection

Absence and attendance policies

Absence policies allow you to promote your company culture and values in terms of how you approach absence management

Employee Communication documents

Communicating with your employees is central to managing your workforce