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Streamline Hiring with Electronic Onboarding

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What is onboarding? Onboarding is the process of integrating a new employee with a company and its culture, as well as getting a new hire the tools and information needed to become a productive member of the team. As this is one of the first processes your new hire will experience with your organization, having an exceptional onboarding process speaks volumes about your company or organization. Offering electronic onboarding provides a comfortable and organized experience where new hires can complete all their necessary paperwork, including their W-4 and I-9. 

Typically, your HR department is responsible for a wide variety of tasks, everything from resolving workplace issues, keeping employees up to date on company policies, ensuring employee certifications are current, and much more. For many, the onboarding process has become a tedious process of paperwork and training. While some HR professionals have settled for this unpleasant and complicated process, dreading every time a new employee joins the team, you now have an easier and more efficient option available. With so much on your plate, electronic onboarding will give you more time to focus on your company’s core goals.

Give new hires a positive first impression 

Onboarding is a new hire’s first impression of your organization. The onboarding process should be the entry point for new hires, not setting them up for an early exit. Ensuring your onboarding is effective is an essential aspect to the growth and stability of your organization. A successful onboarding allows new hires to start confidently and comfortably in their new role. While poorly planned onboardings can give new hires the impression, your company is disorganized and in disarray.

Is there an easier way to onboard new hires?

Yes, of course! The best part is that everything can be done within your isolved platform. Electronic onboarding takes the paper out of the new hire process. Employees complete their forms electronically, creating their employment records for you. There will be no more spending hours doing data entry, filing, and reviewing multiple forms. With a few keystrokes and clicks in the system, your onboarding process can go from hours to minutes per new hire, while lowering the stress for everyone involved. No more losing paperwork and having employees fill out the same form over again. You can even have your new hire complete their forms before their first day of work!

Below you will find the top 3 benefits from using an effective electronic onboarding process for new hires.

  1. Save Time
    Manually managing an onboarding process can become very time-consuming. This is the time the HR team could use to focus on other business operations. With an electronic onboarding process, you will be worry-free while new hires move seamlessly through each step of the process.

  2. Ensure Compliance

    When bringing on a new hire, there are important documents that require completion. Failure to provide those documents can lead to compliance issues and penalties. Having employees complete their onboarding electronically will allow you to easily keep all of your information together in one place.

  3. Tracking 

    An easy-to-use dashboard allows you to keep track of new hires by knowing where they are in the onboarding process. No more looking through piles of paperwork to find out if an employee completed a form. Electronic onboarding simplifies the entire process.

    In 2021 talent acquisition and how you onboard new employees are trending topics in the business world. Business surveys have found 69% of employees are more likely to stay with a company for three years if they experience a great onboarding. With a user-friendly process, you can take control of your onboarding from start to finish. Improving employee engagement, reducing turnover, and encouraging the overall growth of your business. It is time to end the stressful, inefficient paper trail! Keep your payroll, HR, benefits, and time all in one platform!

    For more information on electronic onboarding contact AAP.