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induction

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/ɪnˈdʌkʃən/ HR, WORKPLACE
[C or U] UK a period of training during which a new employee learns about the company they are working for and the job they will be doing: New employees undergo a two-week induction.induction into sth It is vital that the Managing Director is given a proper induction into his new job. an induction course/programme induction training an induction day/period
[C] ( also induction ceremony) a ceremony in which someone is formally introduced into a place of work or an organization: The CEO will introduce her at her induction. an induction speech
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