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Successfully integrating new employees into UIC sets the stage for high workplace performance and retention. In a new role, employees need to understand the university’s culture, as well as role responsibilities. The revised New Employee Orientation (NEO) Process is intended to supplement existing department and unit onboarding activities, making it easier for managers to provide a comprehensive introduction to the UIC campus.
January 1, 2015, UIC new employees and current management will have access to a comprehensive onboarding process. The New Employee Orientation (NEO) Process being launched by UIC Human Resources is designed to bring new hires up-to-speed quickly -- connecting team members, managers, and needed information to be successful at UIC.
This new process goes beyond passive onboarding, records, and benefits selection. It offers access and control to employees as they learn about UIC, its processes, culture, and resources. This is an onboarding experience focused on acculturation.
What will you need to do to participate?
New employees will be directed to program resources during the hiring process.
Managers will be able to access guides and job aids at any time via the UIC Human Resources website. Managers who encourage participation in webinars and other orientation activities will help new employees integrate into UIC culture and become productive in their role more quickly.
Want more information about the new NEO process?
Find information for managers at the Welcoming a New Employee page
The webinar Providing a Great Start will be offered throughout January to provide managers with an overview of the New Employee Orientation Process, its resources, and web pages. To register click here. After entering your Enterprise log in, select Providing a Great Start from the list of courses to view available dates and register for the session you wish to attend.
Visit the UIC HR website January 1, 2015 to access job aids, templates and guides that support employee acculturation and workplace performance readiness.
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