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The Perelman School of Medicine is a large, complex organization that can be challenging to understand for new staff. We have designed several resources for individuals and departments to use to ensure new staff make a smooth and efficient transition into the operations of the Perelman SOM as well as their specific position.
Prospective employee? New hire? Veteran employee? For all of those we have created SOM Central - a one-stop online resource with information essential to life as an employee of the University and Perelman SOM. It gives new employees what they need to know right from the start, such as maps, transportation, and benefits information. It is helpful for prospective candidates and veteran staff as well.
New staff orientation is a half-day program that provides an overview of the Perelman SOM as well as specific useful information about key functions and resources that are important to Perelman SOM staff. Specifically, the program will help new staff:
- feel welcome
- understand the Perelman School of Medicine's past, mission, and vision for the future
- understand the Perelman School of Medicine's organizational and reporting structure
- learn relevant functional departments contacts and numbers
- identify resources that are available to support you as a Perelman School of Medicine employee
It is expected that all new employees and transfers to the Perelman School of Medicine will participate in the orientation as soon after their start date as possible. Orientation sessions are generally scheduled monthly, but may vary with the volume of new hires. Invitations are sent directly to all new staff and transfers at their home address. There are three ways to register:
- Call our office at 215-573-0682
- Email to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Register on Knowledge Link (Course title: New Staff Orientation PSOM)
Orienting new staff to a job can be an overwhelming task when added to all your other duties. The questions are endless: how do they set up an email account? Where can they park so they don’t have to keep feeding the meter? And where do they get that black key?
The Department of Organization Effectiveness, in collaboration with a group of experienced Perelman SOM managers, has created templates for you to use to orient staff and temporary workers to their jobs. You can use them as-is, or download them to your computer and alter them to suit the needs of your department.
Three versions of the checklist are available in MS Word format: