MHR 523 Chapter Notes - Chapter 08: Elementary Arithmetic, Root Mean Square, National Occupational Standards

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Once employees have been recruited and selected, the next step is orienting them to their new company and their new job. A strategic approach to recruitment and retention of employees includes a well integrated orientation program (before and after hiring) New employees need a clear understanding of company policies, expectations regarding their performances and operating procedures. In the long term, a comprehensive orientation program can lead to reductions in turnover, increased moral, fewer instances of corrective discipline, and fewer employee grievances. Can also reduce the number of workplace injuries. Employee orientation provides new employees with basic background info about the employer and speci c information that they need to perform their job satisfactorily. At the law society of upper canada any time a new employee walks through the door the organization acts quickly to help the person get started on the right foot. The law society views orientation as an investment in the retention of talent.

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