Who should conduct inductions?

This will vary depending on the size of your organisation and the industry within which you work. Typically, inductions are organised by Human Resources and conducted by the new employee’s immediate supervisors or team leaders. In some companies and industries, however, induction may be conducted in several phases over several days, weeks or, even, months by different people in different parts of a business. There is no rule about who should conduct induction, but if you do have questions, be sure to check with your Human Resources or recruitment people. If you don’t have a HR department to consult, seek the advice of an employment lawyer about who should conduct your inductions, what the rules are for your industry and what needs to be covered.

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