Running effective induction and probation review programmes.                                                                                                                                

Recruitment costs time and money, however less time and money is spent on new employees induction. Employees are much more likely to resign in their first few months with a business than at any other point in their employment. It therefore makes sense to ensure that we nurture them, train them, review them, and follow a robust programme of welcoming them into the business. Managers need to be trained on how to run an effective induction and probation review.

The importance of new employee induction and managing probation is what this course is all about.

This course covers: 


  • Additional costs
  • The learning curve
  • Social attachment
  • First impressions
  • The aim of an induction
  • The essentials
  • Three stage process
  • What if they do not succeed?


  • Objectives and requirements
  • Reviews and feedback
  • Final review

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