Onboarding and New Staff training

New Staff training is 123 Up And Adam's way of making sure that everyone committed to the organization's Mission & Goals can do their tasks. I would like to begin by looking at who the organization was created for and how all of us can map and understand the whole problem.

To do this the organization will train it's workforce with quizzes & tests just to name a few.

  • Administrative services
  • Informational services
  • Therapeutic services
  • Supportive services

Stakeholder Analysis

Stakeholder Mapping

Standards program

the design and management of a food safety regulatory program.

Training Requirements

Risk categories

Category I: Preventable risks.

These are internal risks, arising from within the organization, that are controllable and ought to be eliminated or avoided. Examples are the risks from employees’ and managers’ unauthorized, illegal, unethical, incorrect, or inappropriate actions and the risks from breakdowns in routine operational processes. To be sure, companies should have a zone of tolerance for defects or errors that would not cause severe damage to the enterprise and for which achieving complete avoidance would be too costly. But in general, companies should seek to eliminate these risks since they get no strategic benefits from taking them on. A rogue trader or an employee bribing a local official may produce some short-term profits for the firm, but over time such actions will diminish the company’s value.

This risk category is best managed through active prevention: monitoring operational processes and guiding people’s behaviors and decisions toward desired norms. Since considerable literature already exists on the rules-based compliance approach, we refer interested readers to the sidebar “Identifying and Managing Preventable Risks” in lieu of a full discussion of best practices here.