Five step orientation process
We are delighted you have joined us! Loyola is a world class organization dedicated to searching for truth, living for others and striving for excellence. Your contribution is important to ensure our sustained success and growth. Loyola has developed a 5 step orientation process that will allow you to become acclimated to Loyola and your new role in no time.
1. New employees will be welcomed by Human Resources on their first day. On your first day of employment you will be asked to visit the Human Resources office to receive your “Welcome Kit” and to complete all required new hire paper work. Also, as a new employee please check out the new employee home page . This will be a useful guide in to your transition here at Loyola.
2. New employee benefit orientation is offered twice a month and every new employee will be scheduled to attend this important orientation. Please refer to your offer letter for more detailed information on your Benefits Orientation date and time. If you have any question please call us at: 312-915-6175.
3. Loyola 101 is offered twice a month and all newly hired staff will be scheduled to attend this important orientation, which will introduce you to Loyola’s history, mission, culture and policies. Please refer to your offer letter for more detailed information on your Loyola 101 Orientation date and time. If you have any question please call us at: 312-915-6175.
4. New employees are also scheduled to attend a half-day seminar focused on Loyola's Catholic Jesuit Heritage and Mission. This is an important additional part of your orientation to the University. This program is only offered twice a year in February and October. More detailed information regarding this seminar will be sent to you by the Office of Ministry and Mission.
5. The fifth resource you can use to help you settle into your new role is to schedule time to meet with your manager. Among the things you’ will want to discuss are department standards, any special training needed for your job, expectations for performance and setting goals. Your manager will be invaluable in helping you get off to a great start at Loyola