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How to Assign Onboarding Program to Employees?
How to Assign Onboarding Program to Employees?
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Written by Ceren Gökçe Yatmaz
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How to Assign Onboarding Program to Employees?

  • Until this stage, your orientation steps, contents, and tasks within the steps have been defined and have not yet been assigned to employees.

  • With the Assing to Teammate button, you can select Target Sources the employees to who will be assigned for the onboarding program. The employee count in the group you selected will appear at the bottom.

  • Go to the next stage with Get List.

If you wish, you can create different employee groups in Sorwe to assign onboarding programs. You can choose the groups you have created in this area. Please visit Creating a New Employee Group.

  • All the steps you have entered will be listed in detail under Step Details. You can set the Start Date (forwarding time to the employee), Duration (end time of the step), and if you want, the Location information.

Duration is the step completion date. Ex: If the duration of a step whose starting date is 01.08.2022 is selected as "1 Day", the end date of that step should be calculated as 02.08.2022.

  • In the Buddy & Task Assignments section, all employees who can be assigned in the onboarding program are listed with each steps and tasks.

  • Employees listed under the name section are new employees to whom onboarding program will be directed.

  • You can Choose Buddy for each new employee under the title Buddy.

  • All the steps that you created will appear on the screen sequentially with all sub-tasks within steps. (Ex. First step is Welcoming and there are 2 tasks under this step)

  • You can choose responsibles for the tasks within the steps by Choose User.

  • All this information for each new employee is listed one under the other.

  • When you click Start Orientation button, Onboarding is directed to all responsible people in the onboarding program.

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