Induction Training: Effective Steps for Investing in People

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Kogan Page, 2000 - Business & Economics - 152 pages
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Designed to help anyone involved with the induction of new staff this new book builds upon the authors previous book on the topic (How to Design and Deliver Induction Training Programs). Practical in approach and fully up-to-date with the latest Investors in People indicators regarding induction, the book will help readers determine the induction training needs of both the company and the individual. Clearly showing the different approaches that need to be adopted in a variety of situations the book provides guidance when inducting: school leavers, older returnee's, senior staff and the previously unemployed. Complete with handy action checklists and examples of best practice the book is the ideal induction Handbook.

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Michael Meigham has over 20 years' experience in training and development. He is a partner in CTS Associates, a Consultancy based in Dingwall, near Inverness, Scotland.

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