Providing proper orientation to a new employee is critical. It can help establish feelings of being welcome and of belonging. It gives clarity about basic expectations of early job performance and other work routines. Orientation will also serve as an introduction to the culture of the organization, including the social or informal norms and expectations at a specific work site.

Here are some resources to help you get started when hiring a person with a disability:

Getting Started with Hiring Persons with Disabilities

Basic Employee Orientation Checklist

Hiring and Training Workers with a Disability