Is your new hire orientation program giving new employees the information and resources they need to succeed in their roles? Or are they getting bogged down by seemingly endless and tedious paperwork?
A strong new hire orientation program is a must to retain talent and increase engagement: 69% of employees who go through an excellent onboarding process are more likely to stay with a company after three years.
In this article, we’ll cover the new hire orientation best practices that’ll set you–and your employees–up to succeed.
Organizations of all sizes depend on processes to get work done. These can be as simple as following up with a lead or as complex as sending a purchase order.
Your organization likely already has processes in place for individual activities. But when was the last time you reviewed them? How often do you evaluate whether they’re allowing your employees to focus on important tasks or bogging them down with delays?
Inefficient business processes can lead to financial loss and missed deadlines. But identifying bottlenecks in a process and where it can be improved isn’t always easy.
Business processes play a vital role in any organization. Effective processes streamline individual activities and improve overall efficiency.
To become and remain successful, there needs to be a continuous focus on improving business processes to increase productivity and maintain a high standard of quality.
Making a process more efficient ultimately reduces your workload and streamlines the delivery of a product or service. But how exactly do you improve a business process and what are the steps involved?
In this article, we’ll cover the exact steps for improving business processes. We’ll also show you how to create automated workflows with frevvo’s business process automation software.
Since COVID-19 swept the world, there have been unprecedented interruptions to global supply chains. Prioritizing resilient procurement processes has never beeAs organizations are rapidly moving to digital, data-driven environments, it’s wise to migrate purchasing and procurn more crucial in the face of economic collapse.
Where cost control was previously the most important item on the procurement agenda, now your main procurement goal should relate to business resilience. Ethical practices, risk mitigation, and cybersecurity are more significant than ever.
It’s time to throw out clunky, old-fashioned manual procurement operations and replace them for streamlined automated procurement processes.
Purchase orders play a key role in ensuring you have the goods and services you need to run and grow your business.
And you likely already have a process in place to complete, send, and get them signed.
But, while relying on a manual purchase order process may have worked when your business was just starting out, as you scale it becomes more time-consuming and frustrating for everyone involved. It hampers your ability to get work done.