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5 Ways to Improve Hiring with Onboarding Automation

Poor onboarding processes aren’t just expensive. They kill the employer-employee relationship right from the start.

Not only are your outdated manual onboarding processes slowing you down and costing you money, they’re losing you top talent.

Streamlined onboarding leads to happier staff who stay longer, perform better, and speak more highly of your organization. 

On top of that, you cut costs, speed up processing, and eliminate errors.

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6 Creative Onboarding Process Examples To Streamline Hiring

Conventional employee onboarding can be a real headache.

Piles of forms and hours of data entry make the whole process slow and tedious. Then there are the inevitable mistakes that come from manually processing new hires.

The problem is that a poor employee onboarding process directly affects retention.

New hires that don’t have a positive onboarding experience are twice as likely to look for a new work opportunity shortly after arriving.

Luckily, onboarding has evolved. 

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10 New Hire Orientation Best Practices to Win Over New Hires

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.

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5 Steps to Improve Your Employee Onboarding Process

How you onboard new hires can mean the difference between a productive, engaged workforce and (time and again) going through the costly and frustrating process of high employee turnover.

You probably already have an onboarding process in place. 

But is it setting new hires up for success in their roles? Or is your workflow getting bogged down by manual processes?

In this article, we’ll take an in-depth look at how you can improve the onboarding process and get new hires to work more quickly and without the agonizing paperwork. 

We’ll also show you how to automate with employee onboarding software like frevvo.

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How the Rise of the Gig Economy Is Challenging HR

Flexibility is the new employment. Freelancers, contractors and part-timers are leaving their stable full-time positions to “gig” their way to more flexibility and freedom from the 9-to-5 grind. 

The gig economy started as a trend, but it is now becoming an industry mainstay. Last year, 41 million American workers (consultants, freelancers, contractors, temporary, or on-call) generated $1.28 trillion in revenue for the US economy. 

The HR challenge? Current hiring and onboarding protocols cater to full-time employees only. Human Resource departments will have to change their methods and introduce new practices to adapt to hiring and onboarding gig workers. 

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Employee Onboarding in the Digital Workplace

Companies face fierce competition when it comes to attracting and retaining top talent. 

The average millennial stays at a job for 6-12 months, 10-20 times shorter than Baby Boomers and Gen Xers did. Considering that millennials make up some 75% of the workforce, it’s important to understand what millennials want from work and what they expect from their employers. Some 55% of millennials don’t feel fully engaged at work, and perhaps as a result, around 60% say they’re open to a better job opportunity, should one present itself.

While many businesses invest in modern office spaces and offer attractive perks like in-house baristas, free-beer Fridays and unlimited paid time off, they often neglect the internal processes that really shape company culture and impact employee turnover. Onboarding is one of these processes.

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6 Real-World HR Automation Examples in Action

Attracting and retaining world-class talent is the #1 influencer of success in the 21st century. As a result, your HR employees play a critical role in your future prosperity. Yet, too many of them waste valuable time on manual HR processes that have become an administrative burden for growing organizations.

Drowning in paperwork, files, email threads, and other rote, repetitive, manual tasks has kept HR teams from performing at their best. 

Consider your typical onboarding process: You hire a new recruit. Many forms and days later, you’re finally ready to invite the new recruit to work in-house. That is, once you double- and triple-check your forms for errors, re-route the paperwork back to the new hire to fix the errors, route the form to all stakeholders and wait for signatures, and follow up to keep things moving along. 

Add to this employee vacation requests, expense claims, performance management and more, and keeping HR running smoothly can feel chaotic, if not impossible.

This situation is especially problematic if you’re focusing on business growth. Sustaining growth means improving the productivity of the HR team so they can focus on what’s important – talent.

So what is the solution?

Generic HR software requires an overhaul of your department to fit the demands of the software, and custom programming is, well, just plain expensive and time-consuming. 

Thankfully, there is another solution—and it’s cost-effective and relatively simple to implement. Enter HR automation.

In this post, we’ll cover:

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25+ HR Automation Stats You Should Know

In the 21st century, companies must fight to stay competitive. Yet, too many companies are overlooking the most effective way to do so — automation. Many of HR’s most important processes are time consuming, paper-based, inefficient, and costly.

In fact, According to an IDC survey, The Document Disconnect, over 80 percent of business leaders surveyed agreed that problems “arise because they have different internal systems/applications that don’t ‘talk’ to each other.” Clearly, this is an issue that needs to be solved fast.

Modernizing these HR functions will give your company a huge advantage. Since HR automation software is becoming necessary and more common, here are some important statistics to keep in mind as you make the switch.

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How to Automate the Employee Timesheet Approval Process

Clock in, clock out time management

Timesheet tracking has been around for years. Punch cards, clocking in and out, ID forms, paper forms, Excel – we’ve seen every variant.

But, these processes are tedious and HR departments struggle to manage them. They must organize, deal with and approve timesheets for dozens or even hundreds of employees at the same time.

In today’s business world, these old-fashioned methods are too time consuming and they waste company time. Optimize your company for the 21st century by automating long, manual processes. Timesheet management is a simple, relatively frequent, and time consuming process. It’s a perfect candidate for automation.

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Top 7 HR Processes That Are Perfect for Automation

Access to world-class talent is the #1 determinant of success in the 21st century. As a result, HR employees have one of the most important roles in every company. They follow employees from the scouting and recruiting process all the way to the employee offboarding process and everywhere in between. 

Yet, too many HR departments are swamped with paperwork, taking away valuable time that could be focused on employees. In fact, on average HR employees spend 40% of their time on administrative work, either entering data from one system to another or on other tasks.

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