Creative New Employee Orientation Programs: Best Practices, Creative Ideas, and Activities for Energizing Your Orientation Program

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McGraw Hill Professional, Dec 21, 2001 - Business & Economics - 360 pages
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New employee orientation is the most commonly offered type of training in organizations, yet very few books have been published on the topic. Creative New Employee Orientation Programs is filled with downloadable, customizable training games, sample curriculum, handouts, and checklists used in leading organizations such as Arthur Anderson, Ford, Micron, and Alcatel. Whether creating an orientation program for the first time, enhancing an existing program, or moving orientation on-line, HR pros will find ideas and tools they can use immediately.

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Doris M. Sims is the Director of Human Resource Development at Alcatel USA. She is a speaker and author on training topics, and is a past winner of Lakewood Publications' Outstanding Performers in Training award. Ms. Sims has a Master's degree in Human Resource Development from Indiana State University and more than fifteen years of experience in employee training and development.

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