Employee Orientation Checklist

An Employee Orientation Checklist is a list of items that need to be completed during the onboarding process of a new employee. The list typically includes tasks such as completing paperwork, setting up IT access, introducing the employee to their team, providing a tour of the office, and reviewing company policies and procedures. The checklist ensures that all necessary steps are taken to ensure the employee is well informed and prepared to start their new role. It also serves as a reference guide for supervisors and mentors to ensure that each step is completed in a timely and organized manner. Overall, an employee orientation checklist is an invaluable tool for any organization to ensure a smooth onboarding process.

  • Welcome new employee
  • Introduce new employee to team
  • Explain company policies and procedures
  • Explain job duties and expectations
  • Provide new employee with company literature and handbook
  • Discuss company benefits
  • Discuss payroll and scheduling
  • Review safety protocols and workplace etiquette
  • Provide access to company systems, technology, and networks
  • Schedule follow-up meeting to evaluate progress and answer questions

Checklist Category

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is the company's vacation policy?

    Our company offers 10 working days of paid vacation per year, plus 2 personal days and 2 sick days.

  • Who should I contact if I have questions about my job duties?

    Your supervisor or manager is the best person to contact if you have questions about your job duties.

  • How do I access the company's online resources?

    Your supervisor or manager will provide you with login information and instructions for accessing the company's online resources.

  • How do I report an injury on the job?

    You must report any work-related injuries to your supervisor or manager as soon as possible. You can also fill out a report online via the company's online resources.