By enabling your hiring process to work quickly and more efficiently, you will be able to onboard the best candidates before they get snapped up by your competitors.
Keep track of all new employees progress in one central location. HRLocker features allow you to ensure that:
Our Applicant Tracking System HIRE monitors your hiring campaigns and keeps you informed about where your candidates are coming from and how fast are they moving through your hiring process.
The role of offboarding is an often-overlooked HR function but is an essential aspect for both employees and employers. Technological solutions like HRLocker ensure a smoother process for everyone.
Keep paperwork centralised but accessible across departments and worksites.
Online questionnaires help to engage outbound personnel making it more likely they will leave on good terms and comply with requirements, which also helps protect workplaces from data breaches and legal scrutiny.
Routinely alert or block the transfer, deletion, and downloading of sensitive files during employees’ notice periods eliminating the need for human oversight.
Electronic signatures on e-forms of legally required documentation which are sent, stored and flagged for non-completion automatically further reduce workloads and errors in recordkeeping.
Real-time review dashboards further assist as users get accurate status reports and can easily see which tasks are complete or outstanding in an instance.
Small businesses can use onboarding software like HRLocker to streamline their hiring process.
You can use onboarding software to onboard new hires, store data, automate email communication, ensure compliance, guarantee all HR documents are up-to-date, track training and development, and more.
Offboarding represents the last step in the employee journey, the end phase of an employee lifecycle, and a final opportunity for organisations to optimise EX by making a good ‘goodbye’ impression.
Most importantly, data obtained during offboarding helps organisations to reduce turnover, improve recruitment, and minimise reputational damage. Read more about it here.
Technological solutions like cloud-based document management software help to keep paperwork centralised but accessible across departments and worksites. Moreover, with customisable permissions, it means only those with assigned duties can access and retrieve copies.
Beyond the paperwork, technology helps to streamline offboarding. Online questionnaires, for example, make gathering feedback easier and faster. AI-enabled analysis of collected data also helps to reveal insights that overworked and under-resourced HR staff might have previously overlooked by just reading and filing responses away.
Retention rates improve when onboarding is done well. Positive experiences translate initial enthusiasm into a more meaningful long-term connection and commitment to the organisation. Meaning new joiners are more likely to remain employed within your organisation.
Best practice ensures new starters fully understand their role and how it fits within the organisational structure. Studies show that if onboarding processes clearly teach entrants what’s expected, how to deliver, and how and when they will be evaluated, ongoing EX is enhanced and, levels of effort and performance improve.
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