Orientation management in organization as a tool to increase the employee productivity

Ali Hawas Alharbi, Fahad Hawas Alharbi, Khalifah Salman Almadhi, Ahmad Naif Alharbi, Riyadh Ismaeil Albader, ALmalki Mohammad Musallam, ALmayouf Abdulmajeed khalled


Orientation programs are prudent for the employees in a new environment for undergo plan and strategic orientation to speed up their acceptance into the organization’s system. Organizations with policies and guidelines on orientation program remain more relevant and competitive in their business fields because they equip the employees with relevant knowledge, competence, and skills necessary for the modern work place. This study is one of the most important management skills that a human resource manager must possess to give the employees the opportunity to understand the environment where they intend to work. This paper will seek to find answers to three research questions: (i) what is the importance of orientation management to the employee and organization? (ii) What the best ways of managing orientation in an organization?, and (iii) Who is responsible for managing the orientation program in an organization? Research studies involve the process of relevant collective data that would help the researcher to arrive at the right conclusion about the findings. Many research studies have linked the success of the organization to the organization’s ability to organize successful orientation programs for the employees. Thus, orientation remains one of the most effective methods of improving productivity in organizations.

Keywords: Orientation Program, Productivity, Competence, Strategic orientation, Socialization Process

DOI: 10.7176/JMCR/62-06

Publication date: November 30th 2019

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