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Five steps toward successful onboarding technology implementation

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Although recruiting has certainly evolved into a more modern function, onboarding has remained relatively unchanged. It is time for organizations to overhaul their processes and provide their new hires with an easy, efficient and rewarding experience. Onboarding marks the transition from an awesome recruiting experience to becoming a new employee. This time lays the foundation for the relationship between your company and your new hire, so thoughtful and smooth transitions lead to amazing experiences for your new hire from the start.  No one wants to spend their first days filling out mountains of paperwork. Modern onboarding technology puts security and compliance on autopilot by providing a standard library of legal forms and auto-populating them with available information, reducing the need for duplicate manual paperwork. It’s important to remember that although there are administrative hurdles and paperwork to navigate, new hires want the experience to feel special, so the social element of onboarding is equally significant. In order to free up time to create those special experiences, it’s important to first understand your current onboarding needs, identify areas of improvement, and only then should you determine which technology can be used to eliminate unnecessary processes and paperwork that damper the onboarding experience.

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Elaine Orler

Elaine Orler is the founder of CEO of Talent Function.