What are inductions?

Inductions are the processes or training sessions used by employers to introduce employees to the companies they will be joining or the new positions they will be starting. The aim of an induction is to prepare a new employee for their new role and integrate them into the company and may include an introduction to the new industry, training for their new role, an explanation of expectations, role requirements and the highlighting of safety procedures or issues, among other things. Inductions may last a few hours, a few days or even a few weeks or months, depending on the scope of the new role being inducted. You can read more about Inductions within our articles section

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