Find out how to onboard and induct an employee into the workplace. This includes new employees and, if the chief executive advises, employees returning to the workplace (following leave or other absence of 12 months) and employees promoted or moved to positions with different or enhanced responsibilities.
Start onboarding your recruit as soon as they accept the role. See your intranet or speak to your HR team to find out how to complete the appointment. See Appoint a person to a role, if your agency uses Queensland Shared Services (QSS).
Organise a workspace, equipment, and computer and security access. Do this as soon as QSS or your agency’s Recruitment team complete the appointment. This will help ensure your recruit feels welcomed and valued on their first day.
Schedule meetings with team members, senior managers and any stakeholders you think your employee should meet.
Welcome your employee. Get them excited about the role. Show them to their new workspace, and introduce them to their colleagues, managers and any direct reports.
Provide an office tour, pointing out toilets, fire escapes and break rooms. Give them their IT and computer equipment, and computer and security access details.
You might want to assign a support buddy to help your recruit with any questions or concerns.
Check in with your recruit regularly. Make sure they’re settling in and you haven’t accidentally left them out of office or team activities. Make yourself available to answer any questions they may have.
SSO is an authentication process that allows you to access multiple services and applications with one username and password.
Most Queensland Government agencies use SSO. If your agency doesn't use SSO, contact your agency IT service desk and let them know you would like to use it.
Most government-owned corporates, non-government organisations, and statutory authorities do not currently use SSO. If your organisation doesn't use SSO, contact your IT service desk and let them know you would like to use it.