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Employee Orientation Checklist

March 14, 2008

Employee Orientation Checklist



Describe the company, its history, organization, and goals.


Explain the duties and responsibilities of the position to the new employee and make clear what is expected. Furnish a written job description.


Familiarize the employee with the firm’s rules, compensation and benefits, frequency of employee appraisal reviews, advancement policies, and other pertinent information.


Explain how the employee can find redress for a complaint.


Introduce the new employee to co-workers and supervisory personnel.


Furnish a copy of the Employee Handbook.




Information courtesy of What Every Business Manager and HR Professional Should Know About Federal Labor and Employment Laws


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