Looking at the statement above, I would say that I agree with it. Why? Because nowadays orientation becoming important for new people that coming into the organization, they can know more deeply about the company. In terms of experience of the new employee, there are two different thoughts. I talked with my relative who had work in an motorcycle manufacturer for 3 years, and he said that orientation program is important and even when a person goes to a new company which having the same industry as the preceding company. From the conversation I might concluded that a full orientation program would be essential for experienced employees. In the other hand, I also chatted with my relative who had in a FMCG business for more than ten years, and he said that if a new person goes to a company in the position of middle low management, this person needs full orientation program, but if this person has more than ten years experience and about to fulfill upper management position, he/she shouldn't be given the full orientation program. The company can eliminate some topics inside the orientation program that might be the same between one company and another.
Orientation program is basically like a "hello" program that being organized by the company to the new-hired-employees. The purpose of a company in doing such orientation program is to help employees to feel bonded to the organization, learning about the company culture and also to understand the organization's basic workplace principle.
From the readings that I browsed over the internet, I try to rephrase the objectives of orientation program: 1.Make the person feel welcome
New person who just arrived to the company have to be pleased and made them think that they made the right choice of joining the organization. By making the person feel welcome, will also raise the optimism of the person...