|Visit People and Culture
||Collect staff card. Staff should carry their staff card at all times. Please note a staff card will only be issued if all documentation associated with appointment has been completed.
|Introduction – University and Work Area
||Briefly outline Mission, Vision and Core Values and how work area fits into the wider University. A copy of department’s organisational chart and office seating plan will help the new start when it comes to making sense of the initial blur of names and faces.
|Introduction – The Team
||Arrange for the new start to be introduced to other staff in the team/department
||Show the new start the location of staff areas (e.g. kitchen/social areas and toilets) as well as local amenities (e.g. shops, post office, bank).
|Health and Safety
||It is essential that new employees are made aware of fire safety procedures i.e. fire evacuation procedure, fire-training arrangements, timing of tests; accident reporting; location of nearest first aider.
|Culture of work area
||Make new start aware of hours of work; procedures for booking annual leave; absence/sickness procedure; procedures relating to appointments during working hours (i.e. dentist); internet an e-mail etiquette/usage; parking policy; PERKS.
|Mandatory Training Course
||Make new start aware of the requirement to complete the following on-line courses:
- Health and Safety Essentials
- Annual Fire Safety
- Health and Safety for Computer Users
- Secure Remote Working
- Anti-fraud Awareness
- Email Essentials
- Freedom of Information
- Register of Interests
- Think Difference, Act Differently
- Unconscious Bias
||Outline processes for using office equipment such as computer, telephone, voicemail, printer, photocopier etc.
Give overview of relevant systems e.g. QOL, QSIS, iTrent, QFIS, PLANON (where appropriate)