NguyenLeBinhMinh-HRM03.docx - FOREIGN TRADE UNIVERSITY HO CHI MINH CITY CAMPUS TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT Question 1 Summarize the purpose and process of

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TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT Question 1: Summarize the purpose and process of employee orientation. A. PURPOSE - To Reduce Anxiety: Any employee, when put into a new, strange situation, will experience anxiety that can impede his or her ability to learn to do the job. - Proper orientation helps to reduce anxiety that results from entering into an unknown situation, and helps provide guidelines for behavior and conduct, so the employee doesn’t have to experience the stress of guessing. - To Reduce Employee Turnover: Employee turnover increases as employees feel they are not valued, or are put in positions where they can’t possibly do their jobs. Orientation shows that the organization values the employee, and helps provide tools necessary for succeeding in the job. - To Save Time For Supervisor & Co-Workers: Simply put, the better the initial orientation, the less likely supervisors and co-workers will have to spend time teaching the employee. - To Develop Realistic Job Expectations, Positive Attitudes and Job Satisfaction: It is important that employees learn early on what is expected of them, and what to expect from others, in addition to learning about the values and attitudes of the organization. While people can learn from experience, they will make many mistakes that are unnecessary and potentially damaging. B. PROCESS FOREIGN TRADE UNIVERSITY HO CHI MINH CITY CAMPUS COURSE: HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT ASSGINMENT Student’s name: NGUYEN LE BINH MINH Intake: K56BFB Index number: 1805025209 HO CHI MINH CITY, 2019
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- Step 1: Onboarding: Onboarding is all the tasks necessary for a smooth transition into the organization. This is most difficult for companies with knowledge workers in distributed locations. Realize that a worker might be the only one in your organization at this particular location. Make detailed directions about getting into the office available, especially if there are security procedures. Give them instructions as to where they will sit and who they will be working with. Make sure you call them the first morning to welcome them and answer any questions. Ensure a cube or office has been designated, a computer with the needed software is installed and phone numbers, e-mail accounts and a user ID have been assigned. When they arrive on the first day, have their name plates printed and installed. Make sure that someone at the location meets and takes them to lunch, even if that person works for a different business unit. Help them build their network. Show them you are happy they joined your organization. - Step 2: Acclimation: Starting at a new company is like going to a new country. Everything is different—the people, the systems, the language and the culture. New employees need to understand the culture of the organization. With a virtual environment, ensure they receive phone calls by other team members. Send photos and bios of team members to their e-mail accounts. Help new employees become familiar with the office environment by developing work aids such as an online orientation.
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