The atm of the study was to find out the contribution of induction and orientation on the employee performance as regarding Netherlands development organization. The study addressed three specific objectives and they were to establish the relationship between induction, orientation and employee performance, to examine the effects of induction and orientation and to find out the basic factors that improve induction and orientation. Chapter one entails the background of the study, statement of the problem, the purpose of the study, specific objective of the study, research questions, scope of the study and the significance of the study. Chapter two explains the various literatures related to the meaning of induction/orientation as used in HRM, its contributions to employees' performance, roles of and challenges faced by organizations m implementing induction/orientation programs and the review on induction/orientation programs of Netherlands development organization and NGOs Human Resources Department. Chapter three focused on the various methods, tools and procedures that were used by the researcher in the data collection and procession phrases. Chapter four presents data collected, discussions of the findings, conclusion and recommendations with suggestions for further research in line with the study objectives and research questions related to the study topic which was the contribution of induction and orientation on employees' work performance at Netherlands development organization in juba south Sudan. The discussions of the findings were presented in accordance with the research objectives ofthe study. Under chapter five The study was driven by study objectives which included to find out the effects of induction and orientation on employees' performance and to establish the obstacles that hinder induction and orientation, and research questions as indicated in chapter one above. In, conclusion therefore the study findings in line with literature review and the research questions, it is important that employee go through induction and orientation for effective performance. It is therefore against this back ground that the researchers recommended that all administrators should value their employees and induct and orient them accordingly if they are to achieve their objectives.