With so much movement in the employment market right now, there’s an increased focus on employee retention. Your retention strategy should kick in during the recruitment phase, with onboarding playing a critical part. Here’s how a great onboarding experience can improve your employee retention.
Workforce One & Onboarded Integration
Press Release: Two Australian software platforms partner up and integrate. Onboarded combines it’s unique onboarding software with an all in one Recruitment Labour hire and group training CRM solution.
Onboarded has just announced their new integration and partnership with Workforce One has now gone live. For WorkforceOne this integration is part of its business objectives of being the One System, One Solution for the labour hire and group training industries. The Australian owned Workforce One platform is a leading cloud based software solution that streamlines business processes from job posting, applicant tracking, hiring candidates, payroll as well as invoicing clients. Now with Workforce One being fully integrated with Onboarded the recruiter can have a fully digitised onboarding process which is normally time consuming, repetitive, prone to human error. This eliminates the need for manual spreadsheets and procedures. This partnership is a solution to one of the major pain points for the labour hire and group training industry when onboarding new employees or candidates.
- An A to Z solution for a paperless approach to onboarding.
- Transitioning to a digital approach it reduces the time lag between the labour hire process and getting the candidates placed on site.
- Ensures compliance for the recruitment company
- Assists with auditing and management of documentation
- Less drop out rates of new candidates
- Better credibility with clients
- Speed to market
- Candidate experience
Onboarded moves from paper based processing to a single URL link. With Onboarded, the entire process becomes system driven and ‘do it yourself’. Speed when mass onboarding is critical, particularly in blue collar industries like mining, construction, manufacturing so that workers can start quickly and checks and compliance has been finalised quickly.
According to the new trends in the HR industry, the introduction of AI technology to the employment market allows HR to cope with higher volumes of work and they can focus on adding more value to their offerings to the client. Such as analytical studies of employment trends analysis. (Source: Annual Trends Review: The Australian workforce 2019/20)