Its not that easy just throwing new TM's in an orientation just like magic.I took my test about two hours after my interview. I might call today to just show I'm eager to begin orientation.
It makes sense for them to want to do a mass orientation class. That is a few hours for a few employees, as opposed to a few hours PER employee.
there's no magic involved, you watch videos for a couple hours, sign some sheets, and get a ten minute tour. Most stores have a dedicated HUMAN RESOURCES EXECUTIVE TEAM LEADER getting payed a lot of money for this kind of thing, as well as a clerical human resources person, i don't see why they can't orient people in a timely fashion.Its not that easy just throwing new TM's in an orientation just like magic.
Any vets wanna spit them some knowledge?
That's the thing no edit button on the mobile version of this forum. Or I cant find it.It depends on how many other folks are to do the orientation too. Like others have said, background, drug tests, can take longer.
Carts, just hit the edit button to remove the quote.
It's not there, you are correct. I did it on 3G iPod & stuck there. I used to be able go to full site, as a bail out, no more. I did mention this under support forum. I am using my ipad or 2g iPod instead.That's the thing no edit button on the mobile version of this forum. Or I cant find it.
Just a few days ago I figured out how to setup new C.A's for there Quizzes so the GSTL didnt have too. Its a pain making sure all your trainees have everything they need when you have so many.I always got nervous when I saw a large orientation group because I knew in a matter of days I'd get 9-11 trainees (usually on a weekend) to put through cashier training & my training packets were usually trashed from the last go-round.
I'd start 3-4 on training registers, then move them to TMSC to use the terminals for their alcohol quizes while getting the next group set up on registers. As the first group got paired up with peer trainers & the second group moved to the terminals, I'd start up the third group. By the time the forth group queued up, I was running through the "Check for Understanding" with group one & getting their papers signed. Group two was paired up with peers & group three was going through their quiz. It was like Flamenco dancing through a snake pit but I kept them on the move. I coordinated all the front-end training when our sister store opened up a few yrs back.
Ugh, I never liked it when I had to do a one-on-one orientation. It always felt like a waste of my limited weekly hours, and really inefficient. My favorite orientations were the ones with 10+ people. It felt much more productive.We have had orientation sessions in our store with only one new TM.