"Onboarding" refers to the processes in which new hires are integrated into the organization. It includes activities that allow new employees to complete an initial new-hire orientation process, as well as learn about the organization and its structure, culture, vision, mission and values. For Michelin, the onboarding process consists of two days-activities; this process may involve a series of activities spanning one or two months. At Michelin the onboarding process is broadly divided in 3 phases pre joining, Joining and post joining.
1. Every working Monday at Michelin, onboarding and induction take place.
2. Employee gets a welcome email form the onboarding partner roughly 3 to 4 days before the DOJ.
3. The email includes the whole induction program itinerary as well as the name and appointment time of the trainer.
4. Employee is welcomed individually by the complete TA team followed by introduction session and welcome gift distribution followed by photo session.
5. We also give each employee a tour of the workplace to help them get a feel for the space and become accustomed to working there.
6. At Michelin, there is a thorough two-day orientation that includes in-depth information on policies, culture, vision, and goal.
7. There are some sessions that are required andconducted in person and online on Day One
8. Next came joining paperwork formalities and the assignment of IT resources to the new hire.
1. The second day begins with a lot of enthusiasm and consecutive sessions on IT security, benefits, payroll, etc.
2. We make sure the business is notified about the new hire and the upgrade to the IT assets.
3. We set up a buddy introduction program to help individuals meet their buddies and become familiar with the ITP.
4. We do save time for questions and answers at the end of the day, followed by a conclusion.
5. After sending the induction feedback link to all new hires, we will gather their comments to improve the onboarding process as a whole..