|Format:||Paperback, 85 pages|
|Other Information: ||cartoons|
|Published In: ||United Kingdom, 21 July 1994|
Induction is a greatly neglected area of management policy. A good scheme should help to ensure that employees stay longer and develop to their full potential. This guide shows how to put together a comprehensive and successful induction scheme, which should enhance the individual performance of new employees in the organization, and ensure that employees stay longer and develop to their full potential. The book offers practical advice and checklists, and covers key topics, such as: characteristics of successful induction schemes; structures of the induction process; induction training methods; and evaluating induction training. The "Managers Pocket Guides" form a series of titles on key communication skills. Each title is written by a practising trainer and management consultant. The Industrial Society publishes only tried-and-tested materials which aim to maximize performance and create an environment of best practice at work.
|Publisher: ||Spiro Press|
|Dimensions: ||14.0 x 21.0 centimeters (0.17 kg)|