Most employees need to be instructed about their jobs. But keeping employees informed about other more general matters at work is just as essential and can contribute to the efficiency of any organisation.
Once the employee starts working for you, you have a duty of care towards them. This includes making sure they can do the job both safely and competently. The best way to ensure this is through a structured induction programme.
24th October 2017
- HAVE YOU LOST YOUR JOB?
- IS YOUR EMPLOYER EXPERIENCING FINANCIAL DIFFICULTIES?
- HAS THIS RESULTED IN YOU NOT RECEIVING PAYMENTS OWED E.G. NOTICE/REDUNDANCY PAY, WAGES?
- ARE YOU UNSURE OF WHAT YOU SHOULD DO NEXT?
This booklet is designed to provide employers with guidance in carrying out recruitment, selection and induction activities.
Good company rules benefit employers and employees.
This guidance is for all employers in the public, private and voluntary sectors. It has been developed by a working group co-chaired by Sir George Quigley and Nigel Hamilton and comprising representatives of Government departments, the Irish Congress of Trades Unions, the Confederation of British Industry and a representative group of ex-prisoners.