Why This Medical Center Needs An Overhaul In The Onboarding Process

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In the scenario, “Diary of a Troubled Onboarding Process”, there needs to be an evaluation and review of how this medical center prepares and welcomes new hires because the process that was outlined in this scenario was ineffective and caused a lot of valuable work time for this new hire. Onboarding is the process of preparing a new hire and their work environment for their new job at your facility, often times there is a pre-start preparation to do list, an orientation that familiarizes the new employee of benefits, policies and standard practices expected from employees and meeting their supervisor, if they have not already done so in the interviewing process. Throughout this paper, I will discuss and provide reasons I feel this medical center needs a complete overhaul in their onboarding process, from the pre-start preparation through a new employees first week. I will also discuss what makes a good supervisor that provides a positive work environment for their new hires and current employees. By the conclusion of this paper I will have outlined a more positive and effective way to prepare the department for new employees, how to have a more successful and positive orientation process and discuss some standards mangers should be required to follow when they have a new hire beginning employment in their department. My suggestions should result in a quicker time period for getting settled in a new office, 6 weeks is way too long for a new employee to get accustomed to their new job.

I feel that when a job candidate reaches the point that an offer of employment is extended to them that is when a several important pieces of information should be discussed, known as a Pre-Start Preparation List, to be gone through once an offer is accepted, these items should be; a weekly schedule, salary, health benefits, paid and unpaid allowed time off, and other benefit packages offered to employees. Also, parking instructions, who they will be working under and along side with, what security systems are in place to enter and exit the premises of which they are permitted in, if there are restrictions where certain employees can and can not be. The aforementioned items should be discussed prior to an employee’s first day of employment so as to make their first day of employment in the new office go well from the start. When it is possible any mangers and supervisors should meet and greet a new employee at the beginning of their first day of work. This would make it clear to the new employee who they are working under and a chance to ask any brief questions the new employee may have about their initial arrival at the medical center. Also, there needs to be an inspection of the office or work area the new employee is expected to work out of. The work station or desk needs to be cleaned out from any previous employees, any equipment, such as; a telephone, with a facility directory, a computer, basic supplies such as paper and pens and employee handbooks...

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