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Techniques for Inclusive Hiring & Onboarding - Chapter Summary
These lessons cover techniques for inclusive hiring and onboarding that are easy to understand and follow. The various topics your HR employees can learn about include abiding by HRM laws for recruitment, reasonable accommodation and business ethics in the hiring process. Use the chapter to lead a corporate training workshop or assign the lessons to your employees to complete individually.
How It Helps
- Builds confidence: Help HR employees fully understand how to employ inclusive strategies during the onboarding and hiring processes.
- Ensures compliance: When you use this chapter to train your employees on HRM laws and business ethics, you'll have confidence knowing recruitment and selection actions taken by your company comply with relevant laws.
- Provides training at all levels: This chapter is equally helpful and useful for existing employees, new hires and those who have been promoted to new positions.
This chapter is designed to assist HR employees in doing the following:
- Outline inclusive practices in employee selection and hiring
- Understand HRM laws regarding selection and recruitment
- Detail business ethics in the hiring, onboarding and interviewing processes
- Define reasonable accommodation and give examples
- Discuss the importance of training design and content for new hire orientation
- Explain helpful company processes for socializing new hires
- Describe the importance of diversity training in the workplace
- Identify tracking techniques for recruiting metrics
- Differentiate between qualitative and quantitative data in HR metrics
1. Inclusive Practices in Employee Selection & Hiring
In order to be competitive, organizations need to consider diversity in their employee selection and hiring practices. This lesson will discuss how employers can be inclusive during the hiring process and how this approach benefits their organizations.
2. Abiding by HRM Laws Regarding Recruitment & Selection
In this lesson, you will learn about each step of the recruitment and hiring process and what you can and cannot do according to laws and regulations.
3. Business Ethics in the Interviewing, Hiring & Onboarding Process
The hiring process can be full of ethical challenges from the interview through to the onboarding process. In this lesson, we'll examine the roles that ethics, diversity, and sensitivity play in bringing on a new employee.
4. What is Reasonable Accommodation? - Definition & Examples
This lesson defines reasonable accommodation according to the current legal basis. In addition, it provides you with practical examples of situations when reasonable accommodation is in place.
5. New Hire Orientation: Importance of Training Design & Content
A key HR function is ensuring that employees become integrated into the organization and their jobs as efficiently, effectively and quickly as possible. In this lesson, you'll learn about the orientation process, which seeks to achieve this.
6. Company Processes for Socializing New Hires
The socialization process in organizations helps new employees adapt to their work and organization more successfully. Read on to learn more about company processes for socializing new hires.
7. What Is Diversity Training in the Workplace? - Definition & Importance
Diversity training is an ongoing process to educate employees on the proper way to treat people of different backgrounds. The main goal of a successful diversity training program is to create a positive work environment.
8. Recruiting Metrics: Importance & Tracking Techniques
Recruiting for open positions can be a challenge to organize and streamline. This lesson discusses ways that HR departments can utilize metrics to track the steps of the entire recruitment process.
9. HR Metrics: Qualitative & Quantitative Data
This lesson explains how quantitative and qualitative data can be used in HR to maximize potential. Used together, these data help improve retention, recruiting, and other key elements necessary for success, such as productivity and morale.
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