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New Staff

New starters are provided with a variety of information and events from the:


 

University

The University provides the following welcome information:

University welcome event:

  • to welcome new members of staff
  • to identify key characteristics of the University's cultures, processes and values
  • to provide an opportunity to ask questions
  • to provide an opportunity to network with colleagues
  • to provide an opportunity to learn about the range of facilities and support services offered by the University

The University’s Human Resources Division website also provides the following information for new starters:

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School of Clinical Medicine

The School of Clinical Medicine website provides the following for new starters:

The School of Clinical Medicine invites all new starters to attend a quarterly Welcome Event hosted by the Regius. This event aims to:

  • welcome new employees into the School of Clinical Medicine;
  • provide an informal introduction for new employees to their new environment;
  •  bring all the new starters within the School together within a few months of them starting;
  •  provide an opportunity for new employees to meet each other.

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Department

The Department of Oncology provides new staff members with an individual induction programme and induction pack to welcome them into their role, the Department, School of Clinical Medicine and University.  New employees are encouraged to take an active role in ensuring that their induction programme meets their needs effectively.

At the end of the induction programme, a new starter should:

  • have met their key colleagues;
  • be able to find their way around their new workplace;
  • be aware of their local policies and procedures, e.g. for health and safety, IT, etc.;
  • have a clear understanding of the requirements and expectations of their role;
  • have identified any training and development needs in order for them to carry out their role;
  • have been given information about the School and University to allow them to understand the context of the department;
  • know what is expected of them and the way in which their work will be monitored;
  • understand their terms and conditions of employment.

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