Drivers License, Forklift License o if a working visa is required – a copy of the employee’s passport and visa – you will need to do a visa check On the first day (Or soon after) To ensure your employee gets off to a good start, it’s important that they feel welcomed, well-informed and equipped to do their job. Orientation and housekeeping: o Introduce the new employee to other staff o Show the new employee the kitchen/meal, toilet facilities and where to store personal items (bags, jackets etc.) Ensure you have: o Given the employee copies of relevant business policies or procedures e.g. codes of conduct and work health and safety policies or procedures. o discussed: the history of the business and its role who the employee reports to the employee’s duties and what training will be provided performance expectations and when and how performance will be reviewed hours of work and the procedure for recording hours of work meal breaks the applicable award or enterprise agreement, and where to find a copy the payment method, first pay date and how pay slips are distributed any workplace policies and procedures including: o uniform or dress code (if any) o procedure if the employee is sick or running late o procedure for applying for leave o rules regarding personal calls, visitors and/or use of social media at work o any bullying, harassment and anti-discrimination policies. © 2010 IBSA MC v.2 2015 Page 29 of 36
Assessment Task 3 BSBHRM506A Manage recruitment selection and induction o completed a workplace health and safety induction Appendix2 Evaluation form Induction Evaluation and Feedback Questionnaire Please ask your new employee to fill out the following questionnaire towards the end of their induction programme. Managers should retain a copy and act on the comments relating to their induction procedures. Work Area (Food, Service, Marketing): Name: Start date: Were you personally introduced to your new colleagues, managers and other appropriate people during your first few days in post? YES NO Has your induction helped you understand your job, responsibilities, and performance standards? YES NO Have appropriate policies and procedures important to your job (e.g. health and safety regulations, work processes, annual and public holiday leave entitlements and how to apply for annual leave, FOI/Data Protection) been shown to you and explained to you? YES NO Have you discussed/completed an induction programme? YES NO If appropriate, have you been able to access training or courses related to your role? YES NO Have you been able to use required systems for your role? YES NO Do you feel there were any areas missing from your induction programme? YES NO If there was one aspect of your induction that could be improved what would it be, and how might we improve it? YES NO Are you aware of the Human Resources web pages for staff?
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- Tony Rahal
- BSBHRM506A Manage recruitment, Manage recruitment selection, IBSA MC