Staff Induction: Issues Surrounding Induction into International Schools

@inproceedings{Stirzaker2004StaffII,
  title={Staff Induction: Issues Surrounding Induction into International Schools},
  author={Rosalind Stirzaker},
  year={2004}
}
This article analyses the literature on staff induction into international schools. It defines what is meant by the term ‘induction’ and identifies the benefits to both individuals and organization if it is done well. It stresses that induction is a process, not an event, and discusses the various stages involved: the initial recruitment, the first day and succeeding months. It uses the literature to produce key guidelines for each phase that should be of value in any international school’s… CONTINUE READING

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